Info needed for AWB handling specifications
You will need to fill in the brand & type of the tracking device in the handling information on the AWB and in the OSI line of the FWB.
Please also confirm the following by stating: “The device is in good and safe condition, and placed as instructed by the supplier.” IATA Dangerous Goods regulations
If a shipment contains more than two active tracking devices using lithium batteries, the shipment must be declared as a “DGR lithium battery shipment” in compliance with IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations. IATA Special Handling Code
The IATA Special Handling code EMD (Electronic Monitoring Device) is applicable and must be used when making bookings (Including E-bookings in CPS). The following restrictions apply when devices are used for 057/074 AWB´s:
- Cuba & Sudan. Active tracking devices can be subject to United States export controls. We don´t allow them on flights to the following countries: North Korea, Iran, Syria, Sudan and Cuba. This means we actually don´t accept active tracking devices on flights to Havana (Cuba) & Khartoum (Sudan).
- All KLM City hopper aircraft.
- Other carrier´s aircraft allowing 057/074 AWB´s like MNG Airlines, Air Calin & China Southern & China Eastern.
- Interline shipments containing active tracking devices can´t be accepted.
- DL aircrafts: devices used must be approved by DL. This can be checked on the DL Cargo website.