e-AWB are starting to make an impact in Air Cargo. e-AWB are electronic AWBs that replace the conventional paper AWB. The aim is to take the paper out of the transportation chain and modernize processes.


Icelandair Cargo is focusing on setting up e-AWB procedures for exports out of Iceland. That is the first phase of the e-AWB implementation that will replace the conventional paper Air Waybill.

The following routes have been implemented for e-AWB

KEF-AMS (Amsterdam)

KEF-ARN (Stockholm)

KEF-BOS (Boston)

KEF-CDG (Paris)

KEF-CPH (Copenhagen)

KEF-EMA (East Midlands)

KEF-EWR (New York, Newark)

KEF-FRA (Frankfurt)

KEF-HEL (Helsinki)

KEF-JFK (New York, Kennedy)

KEF-OSL (Oslo)

KEF-MCO (Orlando)

KEF-LGG (Liege)

KEF-LHR (London, Heathrow)

KEF-YYZ (Toronto)

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