Delta Cargo Implements Booking Integrity Check
On June 1, 2016, Delta Cargo will implement a booking density check to verify bookings pass a realistic density range. Bookings will not be created until correct weight and dimensions are entered. This site enhancement will improve the customer experience by enhancing air waybill (AWB) quality, capacity inventory management and operational reliability.
Today, there is no booking density check in place. If capacity allows, customers will receive confirmed status. Once the booking density check is implemented, a booking will be rejected without creating any AWB if it fails the density check.
If the booking channel is WebVISion, deltacargo.com or CPS, users will receive the error message “RE-ENTER VALUES. WGT AND VOLUME DO NOT PASS BKG DENSITY LIMITS.” If the booking channel is FFR or Host to Host, the booking request will be rejected without a specific error message.
To learn more about this change, please call 1-800-DLCARGO. Thank you for your continued support of Delta Cargo.
Delta Cargo announces its 2016 Summer Live Animal Program
Delta Cargo launched its Summer Live Animal program for domestic and international markets allowing for safe transportation of live animals during warm summer months. Based on established program requirements, the participating stations will accept animals when temperatures exceed 85F/29C. The 2016 program will run through September 30.
Dangerous Goods Export Embargo in Miami (MIA)
Effective immediately, Delta Cargo has embargoed the export of dangerous goods, with the exception of Dry Ice and UN3733 Biological Substance Category B, for Miami International Airport (MIA). We apologize for any inconvenience that our customers may experience. For complete information about Delta Cargo, please visit deltacargo.com or call 1-800-DLCARGO. Thank you for your support of Delta Cargo.