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After joining the MeA, the next step will be to “activate” the agreement with your airline partners. 7. The Warsaw concept was defined in Appendix D of 1670 with clear management procedures. Why is the multilateral agreement lacking? Making the AWB as part of the multilateral e-AWB agreement is a three-step process, after accession, airlines must only activate and launch e-AWB! IATA`s air letter is intended only for international transport. Similarly, the multilateral e-AWB agreement will only be used for international issues. The electronic signature is provided by the Adobe EchoSign service, which is safe, efficient and environmentally friendly. With just a few clicks, you can open, check and sign the agreement on a web browser or mobile device. For more information, please see the following documents: The e-AWB Multilateral Agreement provides the parties with the legal framework for electronic freight contracts. In this way, airlines will have a unique agreement with IATA, which will allow them to accept the e-AWB from all participating spestators. It may be signed by the carrier`s current signatory for bilateral e-AWB agreements or anyone with the power to bind, if necessary, the forwarder and associated companies. Will the multilateral e-AWB agreement also apply to domestic shipments? The MITA Daily Files provides all the information on multilateral agreements in a CSV format for your system integration. Data files are updated daily and keep you informed of the latest agreements. Available under a 12-month subscription and provided through iiNET.

1. I am a forwarder and I have joined the multilateral e-AWB agreement. My partner also joined the agreement. Can we start the E-AWB now? The E-AWB multilateral agreement, Resolution 672 (doc) of IATA, provides for a single standard agreement that airlines and spesprosseurs can sign only once with IATA and implement e-AWB with all other contracting parties. The IATA Multilateral Interline Traffic Agreements (MITA) is an agreement under which passengers and freight use a standard transport document (i.e. passenger ticket or air travel letter) to travel on different modes of transport participating in a route to reach a final destination. Interline E-Ticketing bilateral agreements (BIETA/(passengers only) allow you to get up-to-date information on 10,600 electronic interconnection agreements to update your databases directly. It is available as an Excel file. Updated daily and accessible via secure access to the ecstasy or distributed via FTP. The partner is any undertaking that the forwarder has the right to conclude the multilateral e-AWB agreement on its behalf and to associate it with the obligations set out in it. IMPORTANT: ARTICLE 3.1 of the multilateral agreement e-AWB (Resolution 672), the carrier may only begin bidding for cargo shipments to a participating airline after receiving an activation notification from the airline. These inter-professional organizations (pdf) from around the world have reaffirmed their support for the multilateral e-AWB agreement (pdf).

Article 1.2 of the Multilateral Convention concerns Warsaw transfers, but not in the same detail as those of the PC1670. The reason is that, because of a recommended practice, the parties may deviate from their terms on a bilateral basis, depending on the ability of the parties to conclude the agreement. If you have any questions, please contact IATA Cargo at cargo@iata.org. After the electronic signature, the agreement is automatically forwarded to IATA for counter-signature. At the end of the final pdf agreement signed, all signatories will be emailed. Then your company will be designated as a party to the multilateral e-AWB agreement. The designated interlocutor is the representative or representatives of your company to be contacted by the airlines and IATA for matters related to the multilateral e-AWB agreement (Resolution 672), including receiving notifications in accordance with Article 3.1 of the agreement.

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