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Aer Lingus signs up to e-AWB

[ August 14, 2013   //   ]

Aer Lingus has signed the IATA Multilateral e-AWB agreement. The carrier’s director of cargo, Peter O’Neill said the e-AWB would “bring our customers a faster, more reliable service and allow us to keep costs to a minimum in a competitive market.  Aer Lingus will be among a select group of airlines in the world to offer this facility.” nitially the project will centre on movements in and out of Dublin Airport and will roll out to all Aer Lingus major cargo destinations in time.