Air Waybill or Air Consignment Note is a document which acknowledges receipt by an air transport company of goods dispatched by air. Normally completed in triplicate with a copy each for the Consignor, Consignee and the Carrier.
An Air Waybill is not a document of title to goods in the same manner as a Bill of Lading.
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