American Airlines Cargo introduces enhanced air waybill tracking on website

American Airlines Cargo introduces enhanced air waybill tracking on website

Posted By : STAT Times 10-02-2016 00:00:00

Feb 10, 2016: American Airlines Cargo introduced new redesigned tracking functionalities on its website. The enhanced tracking capabilities will improve shipment visibility for all customers from booking to delivery.

The enhanced features include live “at-a-glance” status updates via color-coded progress bars, detailed flight, AWB and customs information, simple access and navigation to shipping history and added sorting and viewing capabilities for logged-in users.

Logged-in users can also sort their shipments by origin and destination, which gives them the ability to quickly simplify and consolidate the information displayed on their screens.

“We gathered feedback from our customers on the tracking process and used that valuable information to make needed changes - overall it’s just a simpler and more user-friendly experience,” said Eric Mathieu, Cargo’s director of Customer Experience. “Our customers wanted better organisation, increased transparency into their flights and shipments, and real-time updates from point A to point B. This is a much easier tool to use. Now, our website contains all of these enhanced functionalities and more.”

American plans to continue to improve the cargo customer experience this year with continued global implementation of electronic AWBs (eAWBs), investment in new technology and warehouse equipment, warehouse facility upgrades, and the addition of more ExpediteTC and perishable coolers at major cargo destinations worldwide.

American Airlines Group is the holding company for American Airlines. American provides one of the largest cargo networks in the world with cargo terminals and interline connections across the globe. The airline transports cargo between major cities in the United States, Europe, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, Latin America and Asia.

Photo : American Airlines Cargo

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