Download Neutral AWB
Neutral Air Waybill (NAWB) or air consignment note refers to a receipt issued by
an international airline for goods and an evidence of the contract of carriage,
but it is not a document of title to the goods. The NAWB is the most important document
issued by a carrier either directly or through its authorized agent. It is a non-negotiable
transport document. It covers transport of cargo from airport to airport. By accepting
a shipment an IATA cargo agent is acting on behalf of the carrier whose AWB is issued.
AWBs have eleven digit numbers which can be used to make bookings, check the status
of delivery, and current position of the shipment. The number consists of:
- 1. The first 3 digits are the airline prefix. Each airline has been assigned a 3-digit
number by IATA, so from the prefix we know which airline has issued the document.
- 2. The next 7 digits are the running number/s - one number for each consignment
- 3. The last digit is what is called the check digit.
No AWB number ends with a figure greater than 6.
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