The paper air waybill has been further pushed towards the history book following IATA’s decision to make e-air waybills (eAWBs) the “default” on feasible tradelanes.
From January 1, eAWBs will be normal practice and paper will be considered “non-standard”.
IATA has struggled to promote eAWBs since enabling their use in 2010; since then, the industry has consistently missed its targets.
The current target for eAWB penetration is 68% by the end of December – at the …
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