IATA (International Air Transport Association) Agent approved by IATA and registered in the IATA Cargo Agency List. This enables the agent, upon authorization of the IATA carrier, to receive shipments, to execute Air Waybills and to collect charges (air cargo).
The relationship between Member airlines and their registered Cargo Agents is regulated and administered under a set of IATA Resolutions. These Government-approved rules establish the rights and obligations of the parties, as well as the procedures and requirements for agents who wish to obtain and to maintain industry accreditation, thus becoming part of the airlines global cargo distribution network. Simplified procedures and conditions for agency accreditation have been developed to meet regional requirements. Recognition as an IATA agent has became a hallmark of quality for the airlines and public at large.
Our certification as an IATA cargo agent will allow us to continue strengthening and solidifying our system, providing customers with an even greater level of service.
WCA is the world’s largest and most powerful network of independent freight forwarders, with over 7359 member offices in 192 countries around the world.
Civil Aviation which are carried out with the purpose of ensuring flight safety and security of Civil Aviation as well as sustainable development thereof, and carrying out the civil aviation activities in accordance with the national and international regulations and standards, will continue to be based on the needs of Air Forwarders.