THE AIRCRAFT & ULD & AIRWAY BILL (Aircrafts (Types (1/ High…
THE AIRCRAFT & ULD & AIRWAY BILL
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Evidence of the contractual agreement between the shipper and the carrier of the goods
The signatures of the airline and the shipper - or freight forwarder - are required
Be used for consolidations and individual shipments
Based on material
Based on form
With preprinted identification.
Issued by the Airline
Without preprinted issuing carrier identifications.
Issued by the IATA
Based on consolidation
Issued by the airline
As a forwarding document
Adjust the relationship between the air carrier and the consolidator
Issued by the freight forwarder
Taking goods and adjust relationship between the consolidator and the shipper
1/ Contract carriage
2/ Receipt of cargo for carriage
3/ Freight bill
4/ Certification of insurance
5/ Custom duty
6/ Document evidence of shipment detail & information
7/ Document proof of higher value for carriage
1/ Signed by forwarder
2/ Not subject to IATA
3/ Issued on neutral form
4/ States the term & conditions of forwarder
1/ Signed by carrier
2/ Subject to IATA rules
3/ Issued on pre-printed
4/ States the terms & conditions of carriage
• M - Minimum Charge
• N - Normal Rate
• Q - Quantity Rate
• B - Basic Charge (optional use)
• K - Rate per Kilogram (optional use)
• C - Specific Commodity Rate
• R - Class Rate Reduction
• S - Class Rate Surcharge
• U - Unit Load Device Basic Charge or Rate
• E - Unit Load Device Additional Rate
• X - Unit Load Device Additional Information
• Y - Unit Load Device Discount
• W - Weight Increase
• 3 original and numbered from 1 to 3 (Green carrier, Pink consignee, Blue Shipper)
• From 6 to 11 additional copies and numbered from 4 to 14
• Each of copies has different functions
1/ AWB No.: 11 digits, 3 parts (Airline prefix, Serial No., Check digit.
2/ Airport of departure.
3/ References to originals.
4/ References to conditions of contract.
7/ Issuing carrier's agent.
9/ Accouting Information.
10/ Currency .
11/ Insurance Information.
12/ Declared value of carriage.
13/ Declared value of customs.
14/ Hangling information.
15/ Consignment rating details.
16/ Other charges.
Unit Loading Devices (ULD)
• Speed up loading process.
• Shorten connecting time for passenger aircraft waiting at terminals
• Pallet + net
• Pallet + igloo + net
• Easy weighted
• Easy physically distributed in aircraft
• Easy administration
• Used for further carriage
• Increase weight, more fuel burn
• Requires special handling and exchange among carriers
• 5 main structural unit:
• All cargo / Freight aircraft
• Passenger aircraft
• Mix passenger / Freight aircraft or combination - aircraft
• Weight / Volume limits
• TACT 8.2 (loading chart)
1/ High capacity / Wide-body aircraft:
• Fuselage > 15ft, 2 aisles
• Main Cargo in lower deck, loose cargo in bluk cargo hold
2/ Conventional / Narrow body:
• Fuselage around 10 ft
• Cargo in lower deck or loose bulk cargo only
All kinds except specials
• Dangerous goods
• Live animals
• Arms, ammunition
• Valuable cargo
• Perishable (wet)
• Human remain
• Baggage as cargo
• Strongly smelling
• Oversized / Heavy