Air Waybill Tracking

Track all your air waybills, ocean containers and road shipments in one place

How to track air cargo

Businesses can track air cargo shipments using the air waybill number provided when the shipment was arranged.

If you only use air freight occasionally, many carriers offer online portals where businesses can input the air waybill number to access real-time tracking information, including shipment status and estimated arrival times.

For businesses dealing with larger shipment volumes, unified freight tracking solutions like Beacon provide a single source of truth across multiple carriers and modes, allowing supply chain and logistics teams to track all their shipments in one place, streamlining logistics management and enhancing visibility into the entire supply chain.

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AWB Tracking FAQs

How long is my air waybill tracking number?

Air waybill tracking numbers are comprised of 11 digits (3 digit airline code + 8 digit unique identifier).

What details are available when tracking air waybills?

When using Beacon for air waybill tracking, you will receive the following information: booking confirmation, cargo received, cargo manifested, plane departed, plane arrived, cargo received and cargo delivered/collected.

Can I receive notifications for important updates?

When tracking air waybills with Beacon, you can set email alerts to be notified of key milestones and any delays or disruptions. You can also created Live Boards to seamlessly share the latest tracking data with your customers, supply chain partners and any other stakeholders who might need it.

Can I track multiple air waybills simultaneously?

Yes. When using Beacon, you can track all of your air waybills, ocean containers and road freight simultaneously in a single dashboard.