Update: Air Cargo Agents Association of India

The Air Cargo Agents Association of India is the only recognised National Association representing the IATA accredited air cargo agents all over India. Founded in 1970 with 16 members, it now has strength of about600 members. Besides safe-guarding and promoting its members’ interests, it provides professional assistance and guidance to its members and also to […]


The Air Cargo Agents Association of India is the only recognised National Association representing the IATA accredited air cargo agents all over India. Founded in 1970 with 16 members, it now has strength of about600 members.

Besides safe-guarding and promoting its members’ interests, it provides professional assistance and guidance to its members and also to various central and state government departments and authorities connected with the industry. ACAAI promotes growth, development and professionalism in the IAC business.

Trade symposium
On 2 May 2008, ACAAI organised a one day industry symposium titled, “Revitalising Aircargo: Imperative to Grow India’s Global Trade”. Aimed at addressing areas of concern including regulatory, airports, infrastructure, airlines, customers, etc., the panelists were comprised of senior officials from the ministry, airlines, airport authority, etc. Well attended, including members of the media, the symposium provided an interactive platform to debate and deliberate on the issues between the various segments of the industry.

Indian Air Cargo Programme (IACP)
Indian forwarders will soon embrace the new IACP which is set to be introduced shortly under the new IATA Resolution 815. Currently Indian air cargo agents are governed by Resolution 801. Under the new IACP a Joint Council comprising of 6 airlines and 6 ACAAI forwarders will equally represent the interest of Air Cargo Committee.