Important information: 'Notifying Party' reporting for customs destined for Cairo
We request that upon acceptance of goods destined for Cairo where there is a “Notifying Party” on the Airwaybill (AWB) or House Airwaybill (HAWB), this information is included in the FWB and FHL.
Failure to include the “Notifying Party” information where it is included on the AWB or HAWB will result in goods being off-loaded at the transiting hub, penalties and delays in processing and release at destination.
Important changes to Courier to the EU & GB for ALL customers
UPDATED : 20/09/2021
We are currently advising our customers of the changes to GB & EU courier requirements for 2021. These include additional procedural requirements and checks, which will be required to ensure the ENS filing to GB S&S & EU ICS has been undertaken.
, which outlines the options available to them to continue to ship Courier across our network into the EU & GB. This will apply to all IAG Cargo customers shipping Courier Shipments into the EU & GB from 20th September 2021. Please note that customers are required to comply with these and all other regulations, as it forms part of the Conditions of Contract with IAG Cargo.
You may also find this link to the UK government website, useful. It allows you to check or validate the EORI numbers (not MRN), which can be used as an additional safety measure.
EMBARGO ON VIVO SHIPMENT FOR APAC & MIDDLE EAST
With immediate effect and until further notice, IAG Cargo embargo on any type of VIVO shipment containing batteries from all APAC and Middle East origin stations to all destinations.
This embargo applies to any form of shipment booked either directly or indirectly for uplift on IAG Cargo services.
Should you have any questions, please speak with your account manager.