BIFA welcomes electronic air waybill approval

Airlines and forwarders can sign once with IATA and in effect enter into e-waybill agreements.


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The British International Freight Association (BIFA) welcomes the news that the IATA and FIATA have recently approved the standard for the multilateral electronic air waybill, making numerous bilateral agreements between airlines and freight forwarders unnecessary.

Airlines and forwarders can sign once with IATA and in effect enter into e-waybill agreements with all other parties to the agreement.