• Updated General Conditions of Carriage

    We have updated our General Conditions of Carriage, please find the latest version here.

  • Denied Party Screening

    DHL Aviation is committed to respecting national and other legislative authorities. DHL Aviation Denied Party screens shipments on our Network.

    DHL Aviation Compliance Vision

     

    DHL Aviation aspires to be the recognized leader and partner of choice for Customers and Regulators in terms of Trade Facilitation, Compliance and Security, whilst delivering great service quality.

     

    Our Objectives

     

    DHL Aviation aspires to be the recognized leader and partner of choice for Customers and Regulators in terms of Trade Facilitation, Compliance and Security, whilst delivering great service quality.

     

    What is a Denied Party?

     

    A denied party is any person or organization that has been designated by applicable international legal bodies or by an applicable national government restricting such person or organization from importing or exporting transactions, or has been sanctioned by a government for illegal acts such as involvement in terrorism, narcotics trafficking, money laundering, or weapons proliferation, etc.

     

    Shipment Screening

     

    ACS Shipments have two records that will be screened against Denied Party lists: the Shipper record and the Consignee record. Each record, as per IATA standards, needs to contain full name and address.  Both the MAWB & HAWB Shippers and Consignees will be systematically screened against relevant Denied Party lists.

     

    Denied Party Lists

     

    A register of denied parties issued and provided by international legal bodies or by an applicable national government, against which shipment information is screened.  Both the MAWB & HAWB Shippers and Consignees will be systematically screened against relevant Denied Party lists.

     

     

  • New Commodity Codes

    CUSTOMER NEWSLETTER

    We Are Changing our Commodity Codes


    Effective 1st February 2016 DHL Aviation will change its Commodity Codes so that the commodity descriptions are aligned with the IATA descriptions, and all commodity codes will now consist of 2-letters. We have done this to reduce complexity to our customers.
     
    The only change our customers will experience is in the booking process. When customers book a shipment in our CMS booking tool they will only be able to select the following commodity codes, or no commodity code at all for General Cargo:

    If you require further information then please do not hesitate to contact us.

    Kind regards,

    Air Capacity Sales
    Europe