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Various Cebu aviation charges either deferred or waived

Various Cebu aviation charges either deferred or waived

May. 5 | Mactan-Cebu International Airport Authority (MCIAA) and concessionaire GMR Megawide Cebu Airport Corp have deferred aeronautical charges for three months from February to help airlines affected by travel restrictions due to community quarantines. Aeronautical...

IATA: Latest US travel restrictions to add to financial pressures on airlines

IATA: Latest US travel restrictions to add to financial pressures on airlines

Mar. 13 | The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is urging governments to consider the “financial frailty” of airlines and be fully prepared to provide support to buffer the economic dislocation that any travel restrictions imposed will cause. IATA...

Cebu Pacific joins IATA

Cebu Pacific joins IATA

Dec. 20 | Low-cost Philippine carrier Cebu Pacific has joined the International Air Transportation Association (IATA), the trade association for the global airline industry. Cebu Pacific is now IATA’s largest member among Philippine carriers, comprising 44% of...

IATA e-AWB Readiness Checklist

IATA e-AWB Readiness Checklist

Dec. 25 | Last Dec 3, I wrote about the International Air Transport Association (IATA) announcement which makes the electronic Air Waybill (e-AWB) the default contract of carriage for air cargo shipments on enabled trade lanes starting Jan 1, 2019.   In order...

IATA: e-AWB to become default contract of carriage by Jan 2019

IATA: e-AWB to become default contract of carriage by Jan 2019

Dec. 2 | The International Air Transport Association (IATA) recently issued this formal announcement, which I am quoting in full:   Effective 1 January 2019, the electronic Air Waybill (e-AWB) will become the default contract of carriage for all air cargo...

Cebu Pacific hurdles IATA safety benchmark

Cebu Pacific hurdles IATA safety benchmark

Apr. 18 | Low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific has achieved full compliance with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Operational Safety Audit (IOSA), joining a roster of 429 airlines worldwide that have strictly complied with the most stringent international...

Immediate adoption of e-AWB in PH urged

Immediate adoption of e-AWB in PH urged

Nov. 9 | The Philippine air cargo industry should not wait for government to mandate the use of electronic messaging and electronic submission of air waybill and should already start implementing such processes, according to an official of the International Air...

PH carriers back call to remove stumbling blocks to aviation

PH carriers back call to remove stumbling blocks to aviation

Nov. 1 |   Philippine carriers are fully endorsing recommendations initiated by the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) that call on governments to take down obstacles in the aviation industry and to boost infrastructure. The endorsement of the AAPA...

PAGSS opens first e-AWB express kiosk in PH

PAGSS opens first e-AWB express kiosk in PH

Nov. 1 | Freight forwarders can now submit the electronic air waybill (e-AWB) via the first express kiosk to be established in the Philippines, allowing them to realize cost and time savings and improve their efficiency. The eAWB Express Kiosk was launched recently...

Status of IATA eAWB Implementation in the Philippines

Status of IATA eAWB Implementation in the Philippines

Jul. 15 | Singapore Airlines Cargo “Live” Use of eAWB In a client advisory dated 22 June 2017, Singapore Airlines Cargo announced it is implementing “live” electronic Air Waybill (eAWB) effective 15 July 2017 for outbound export shipments originating from...