Lufthansa Cargo’s use of e-air waybills (eAWBs) has surged since introducing a charge for paper AWBs last April.
Just shy of 74% of shipments are now flying on an eAWB – a remarkable shift for a carrier that in January 2017 had less than 40% eAWB penetration.
Chief executive Peter Gerber said the carrier now ranked second only to Cathay Pacific in terms of the wider air freight community’s attempts to introduce eAWBs.
“When we introduced the fee last …
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Source: The Loadstar