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1 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2010 Version June 2010 Industry Session, Tel Aviv July 1 st 2010 EU Safety and Security Risk Management Systems European Commission / Taxation and Customs Union

2 2 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb IATA Competition Law Compliance  Follow the prepared agenda  Do not discuss:  Pricing, including fares, service charges, commissions, etc.  Bids on contracts or allocation of customers  Geographic/Product market allocations and marketing plans, including expanding or withdrawing from markets  Group boycotts  Your commercial relations with agents, airlines or other third parties  Any discussion aimed at influencing the independent business decisions of your competitors You will be asked to leave the conference call, and the conference call may be terminated, if the above-mentioned discussions occur

3 3 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Disclaimer  Information provided is for guidance only and is not legally binding  This presentation contains excerpts from certain European Commission (EC) presentations and web pages  In the event of any discrepancies between this information and that of the EC, the EC information will take precedence

4 4 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Meeting Objectives  Provide an overview of what EU requires as of 1 January 2011  Ensure awareness that business arrangements must be established between the forwarders and carriers  Raise awareness that certain technical requirements may have to be met  Promote and Provoke effective Airfreight Industry compliance

5 5 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Meeting Agenda 1.Background 2.Economic Operator Systems 3.Export Systems 4.Import Control System (ICS) 5.Aviation Security Legislation

6 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2010 Version June 2010 EU Safety and Security Risk Management Systems Part 1, Background European Commission / Taxation and Customs Union

7 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2010 Version June 2010 WCO SAFE Framework

8 8 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb World Customs Organization Safe Framework of Standards  WCO has defined the principles and standards for the 21 st Century Customs  The first objective of the WCO Safe Framework is to harmonize advance electronic cargo information and allow for advanced risks assessment  WCO has defined standard procedures, timelines and data requirements  166 countries have signed the WCO letter of intent to implement the WCO Safe Framework of Standards  Many countries have implemented advance electronic cargo information such as US, CA, IN and many are in progress EU, CN, MX, ZA, NG

9 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2010 Version June 2010 IATA Strategy and Position

10 10 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb IATA Strategy CUSAG & IFCWG IATA Customs Advisory Group (CUSAG)  Comprises 20 airlines or airlines associations  Monitors Advance Cargo Reporting around the world  Ensures Customs align as much as possible to international standards IATA FIATA Customs Working Group (IFCWG)  Co-chaired by an airline and a freight forwarder  Comprises 6 airlines and 6 freight forwarders associations  Develops recommendations on customs issues that involve airlines and forwarders

11 11 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb IATA Position Paper Advance Security Notification (extract)  Electronic submission should only become mandatory when Customs has the capability to communicate electronically without paper in parallel  All countries requiring advance security risk assessment information should move toward the WCO Framework of standards  It must be clear and unambiguous as to which party is responsible for providing each element of advance information  Customs should not require more information than laid out in the WCO Safe Framework of Standards  Timings for submission of advance data should be consistent globally and in accordance with the WCO:  Import Short haul: At time of “Wheels Up” of aircraft;  Import Long haul: 4 hours prior to arrival at the first port in the country of destination  Export information: Not earlier than 30 minutes prior departure

12 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2010 Version June 2010 EU Multi-Annual Strategic Plan (MASP)

13 13 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Meeting Agenda 1.Background 2.Economic Operator Registration 3.Export Systems 4.Import Control System (ICS) 5.Aviation Security Legislation

14 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2010 Version June 2010 EU Safety and Security Risk Management Systems Part 2 - Economic Operator Registration & ID European Commission / Taxation and Customs Union

15 15 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Economic Operator Registration & Id. (EORI) Legal Basis – EC 312/2009 EC 312/2009 legislation answers the following questions:  What is an EORI number?  Who needs an EORI number?  Which country issue an EORI number?  How to get an EORI number?  Why Carriers and Forwarders need an EORI number? EORI guidelines EORI guidelines have been published by the EC EORI website EORI website is available including EORI online trainingEORI online training

16 16 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Economic Operator Registration & Id. (EORI) Who needs an EORI Number?  Economic Operators (EO) Based in the EU  EO is defined as “ a person who in the course of his business is involved in activities covered by Customs legislation” such as  Importing into the EU, exporting from the EU or Transiting goods through the EU are activities covered by Customs legislation  Economic Operators (EO) based outside of the EU who engage in activities covered Customs legislation in the EU

17 17 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Economic Operator Registration & Id. (EORI) Which country issues an EORI Number?  If the Economic Operators (EO) is Based in a specific EU Member State then this state shall issue the EORI #  If based outside of the EU the EORI # will be issued by the State where the EO performs its 1 st Customs activities e.g.  Customs Declaration  Exit or entry summary declaration  Apply for AEO status  Multinational companies often consist of parent company with several legal entities which can obtain their EORI #

18 18 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Economic Operator Registration & Id. (EORI) How to get an EORI Number?  EO who already deals with customs authorities in their own country should have an identification number  Unless you have received an EORI number contact your Customs  If you never registered and need an EORI # then apply:  In your country if based in the EU  In the EU where you are required to register if based outside of the EU  The list of authorities who assign EORI and project managers are available on the EC website  Public interface is available via the Europa web portal with EORI #, name and address of EO who agreed to share such informationEuropa web portal with EORI #,

19 19 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Economic Operator Registration & Id. (EORI)  Having an EORI does not grant Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) Status  AEO status is granted to entities who meet certain criteria and grants them customs facilitations such as:- Reduced scrutiny on shipments Reduced advance data requirement for Safety and Security checks (if all parties involved have AEO status)  EU has initiated mutual AEO recognition programmes with various non-EU states e.g. US, Japan

20 20 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Meeting Agenda 1.Background 2.Economic Operator Systems 3.Export Systems 4.Import Control System (ICS) 5.Aviation Security Legislation

21 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2010 Version June 2010 EU Safety and Security Risk Management Systems Part 3 – Export Systems European Commission / Taxation and Customs Union

22 22 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Rules applicable Goods leaving the customs territory of the Community have to be covered by one of the following: – Export declaration – Exit summary declaration – Re-export notification Regulation (EC) No 2913/92, OJ L 302, 1992, p. 1 Regulation (EC) No 648/2005, OJ L 117, 2005, p. 13 Regulation (EC) No 2454/93, OJ L 253, 1993, p. 1 Regulation (EC) No 1875/2006, OJ L 360, 2006, p. 64 Regulation (EC) No 273/2009, OJ L 91, 2007, p. 14 Regulation (EC) No 430/2010, OJ L 125, 2010, p. 10 EU Export Systems

23 23 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Export declaration  Required for: – EU goods to be brought to a destination outside EU – EU goods brought to special fiscal territories within EU – Ship and aircraft supplies – Non-EU goods that are re-exported  Lodged by exporter or his representative  Export declarations are lodged at the office of export  For export declarations that contain safety and security data deadlines for lodgement apply (30 min. before aircraft that will carry goods out of EU leaves)  Export procedure is discharged once the goods exit EU and confirmation of exit is sent by the office of exit EU Export Systems

24 24 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Exit summary declaration  Lodged for goods that are exiting and for which no export declaration is required: Goods moved between two MS via a territory of a third country Goods transiting EU  Responsible for lodgement – carrier (other person can lodge with knowledge and consent of the carrier)  Deadlines for lodgement apply (30 min. before aircraft that will carry goods out of EU leaves) EU Export Systems

25 25 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Re-export notification  Lodged for goods that exit directly from a free zone or temporary storage  Responsible for lodgement – carrier (other person can lodge re-export notification with knowledge and consent of the carrier)  Notification should be lodged at the office of exit following national specifications  No deadlines apply EU Export Systems

26 26 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Meeting Agenda 1.Background 2.Economic Operator Systems 3.Export Control System (ECS) 4.Import Control System (ICS) 5.Aviation Security Legislation

27 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2010 Version June 2010 EU Safety and Security Risk Management Systems Part 4 – Import Control System (ICS) European Commission / Taxation and Customs Union

28 28 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Legal Basis (1) Regulation 648/05 ( Amendment to Customs Code)  Authorised Economic Operators (AEO)  Common risk management framework/Customs controls  Electronic pre-arrival declarations (Entry Summary Declarations, ENS) for goods entering the EU  ICS

29 29 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Legal Basis (2) Regulation 648/05 (Amendment to Customs Code)  Responsibility for providing the ENS (Reg. 648/05, Art. 36b 3 & 4): “The person who brings the goods or who assumes responsibility for the carriage of the goods into the customs territory of the Community”. Or “with his knowledge and consent (agreed interpretation): the person who acts in his name, or any person who is able to present the goods in question or to have them presented to the competent customs authority, or a representative”

30 30 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Legal Basis (3) Regulation 1875/06 (Amendment to the CC implementing provisions)  Implementing provisions for Reg. 648/05 (e.g. time limits) 31 December 2010  Includes Annex 30A (data requirement for ENS and EXS);  Relevant for air transportation: Explanatory notes Table 1 (default data set) Table 5 (AEO reduced dataset) New table 6 to be introduced for ‘diversion request’

31 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2010 Version June 2010 Business Process

32 32 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Business Process: Import within the EU Step 1Step 2 only if needed! Step 3Step 4 Entry summary declaration Diversion requestArrival notificationPresentation of goods Covered by functional specs ICS phase 1 To be defined and implement by Member States Reg. 1875/06 Art 181b Reg. 1875/06 Art 183e (new process) Reg. 1875/06 Art 184g (new process) Reg. 1875/06 Art 186 (1) Short haul: take off Long haul: 4 hours prior to arrival When diversion is confirmed, prior to arrival Upon arrivalUnloading of goods For all the goods on board, including FROB for third countries (one or multiple ENS) For the aircraft (for parts of the cargo if MRN /MRN item number of the ENS is provided) For the aircraft (for parts of the cargo if MRN /MRN item number of the ENS is provided) For the goods to be unloaded (for parts of the cargo if MRN /MRN item number of the ENS is provided)

33 33 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Step 1a: Send ENS to Customs  Standardised electronic ICS message defined by EC (same data in all the MS) but format defined at national level  Sent to: Office of first Entry and possibly to the Office of Lodgement in another MS (if accepted there)  Prior to arrival (legal time limits!) 4hrs prior to arrival for long haul Prior/at departure (“wheels up”) for short haul  Must contain Annex 30A data, including entry key data: Mode of transport at border Identity of means of transport: IATA or ICAO flight number Expected date (and time) of arrival Office of first Entry

34 34 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Step 1b: Customs registers ENS  Customs generates Movement Reference Number (MRN) upon registration of the ENS  Confirmation of ENS registration communicated electronically by Customs to: 1.Person lodging ENS and 2.Carrier declared in ENS (if connected to ICS & if EORI number declared)  This confirmation contains information such as: Person lodging the ENS (e.g. forwarder); Carrier’s transport document; MRN; and other elements  Enable carrier to make sure that an ENS has been lodged

35 35 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Step 1c: ENS Amendments  Sent to Office of first Entry declared in the ENS  By Person lodging the ENS or by Representative declared in the ENS  Acceptance communicated to: 1.Sender of the amendment request 2.Carrier, if Connected to ICS EORI number declared He has applied for this functionality in the MS (under discussion)

36 36 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Business Process: Import within the EU Step 1Step 2 only if needed! Step 3Step 4 Entry summary declaration Diversion requestArrival notificationPresentation of goods Covered by functional specs ICS phase 1 To be defined and implement by Member States Reg. 1875/06 Art 181b Reg. 1875/06 Art 183e (new process) Reg. 1875/06 Art 184g (new process) Reg. 1875/06 Art 186 (1) Short haul: take off Long haul: 4 hours prior to arrival When diversion is confirmed, prior to arrival Upon arrivalUnloading of goods For all the goods on board, including FROB for third countries (one or multiple ENS) For the aircraft (for parts of the cargo if MRN /MRN item number of the ENS is provided) For the aircraft (for parts of the cargo if MRN /MRN item number of the ENS is provided) For the goods to be unloaded (for parts of the cargo if MRN /MRN item number of the ENS is provided)

37 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2010 Version June 2010 Person lodging ENS Trader at Entry (carrier) Trader request. diversion Office of Lodgement Declared Office of first Entry Office of subsequent Entry Actual Office of first Entry Diversion request (IE323) (Entry Key or MRNs) Diversion acceptance (IE325) ICS notifies Diversion (IE303) Step 2: Diversion Request

38 38 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Step 2a: Diversion Request  Standardised electronic ICS message (same in all the MS)  Sent by the operator of the active means of transport entering the EU or by his representative  Data requirements in Annex 30A (Table 6)  Prior to arrival  Sent to the Office of first Entry declared in the ENS  Required only if : Diversion at Office of first Entry and Diversion to a Member State not declared in the ENS (neither as first nor as subsequent Office of Entry)  Not required in case of national diversions or in case of diversions at subsequent Offices of Entry

39 39 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Step 2b: Diversion Request  Must contain references enabling Customs to identify the related ENS Mode of transport at border Identity of means of transport: IATA or ICAO flight number Expected date of arrival Declared and Actual Office of first Entry MRN = optional alternative  Declared Office of first Entry Notifies the sender of the registration of the diversion request Immediately informs the actual Office of first Entry using ICS (sending the risk analysis results)

40 40 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Business Process: Import within the EU Step 1Step 2 only if needed! Step 3Step 4 Entry summary declaration Diversion requestArrival notificationPresentation of goods Covered by functional specs ICS phase 1 To be defined and implement by Member States Reg. 1875/06 Art 181b Reg. 1875/06 Art 183e (new process) Reg. 1875/06 Art 184g (new process) Reg. 1875/06 Art 186 (1) Short haul: take off Long haul: 4 hours prior to arrival When diversion is confirmed, prior to arrival Upon arrivalUnloading of goods For all the goods on board, including FROB for third countries (one or multiple ENS) For the aircraft (for parts of the cargo if MRN /MRN item number of the ENS is provided) For the aircraft (for parts of the cargo if MRN /MRN item number of the ENS is provided) For the goods to be unloaded (for parts of the cargo if MRN /MRN item number of the ENS is provided)

41 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2010 Version June 2010 Person lodging ENS Trader at Entry (operator of the active means of transport) Trader request. diversion Office of Lodgement Declared Office of first Entry Office of subsequent Entry Actual Office of first Entry Arrival notification with Entry Key or MRNs Acceptance of arrival Step 3: Arrival notification

42 42 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Step 3: Arrival Notification  Not harmonised (to be implemented by the Member States)  Existing reporting systems may be used  For the Customs to check ENS risk analysis results and to initiate appropriate controls upon arrival, also for FROB not being presented to Customs  Sent by the operator of the active means of transport (aircraft)  At the latest upon arrival at the Office of first Entry  Not to be provided at Offices of subsequent Entry (at least not for s&s purposes)  Must contain references to the ENS (Entry key and/or MRN): Mode of transport at border Identity of means of transport: IATA or ICAO flight number Expected date of arrival Actual Office of first Entry MRN = optional alternative

43 43 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Business Process: Import within the EU Step 1Step 2 only if needed! Step 3Step 4 Entry summary declaration Diversion requestArrival notificationPresentation of goods Covered by functional specs ICS phase 1 To be defined and implement by Member States Reg. 1875/06 Art 181b Reg. 1875/06 Art 183e (new process) Reg. 1875/06 Art 184g (new process) Reg. 1875/06 Art 186 (1) Short haul: take off Long haul: 4 hours prior to arrival When diversion is confirmed, prior to arrival Upon arrivalUnloading of goods For all the goods on board, including FROB for third countries (one or multiple ENS) For the aircraft (for parts of the cargo if MRN /MRN item number of the ENS is provided) For the aircraft (for parts of the cargo if MRN /MRN item number of the ENS is provided) For the goods to be unloaded (for parts of the cargo if MRN /MRN item number of the ENS is provided)

44 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2010 Version June 2010 Person lodging ENS Trader at Entry (Trader presenting goods) Trader request. diversion Office of Lodgement Declared Office of first Entry Office of subsequent Entry Actual Office of first Entry Presentation of goods Acceptance of presentation Step 4: Presentation of goods (at location where goods are unloaded) * National Specifications

45 45 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Step 4: Presentation of Goods  Not harmonised (to be implemented by the Member States)  Existing reporting systems may be used  Must cover goods to be unloaded only  Must contain references to the ENS (Entry Key and/or MRN): Mode of transport at border Identity of means of transport: IATA or ICAO flight number Expected date of arrival Actual Office of first Entry MRN = optional alternative

46 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2010 Version June 2010 Structure of Information

47 47 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Structure of Information (1) Customs Messages The EC as well as each Member State are providing specifications:  High level list of data elements for Entry Summary declarations are defined in Annex 30A of EC regulation 1875/06  Detailed list of Data elements of the Entry Summary Declaration as well as Customs responses are provided by the EC  Format (e.g. EDIFACT, XML) and detailed list of data elements for all messages are provided by each Member State  List of ICS specifications per counties are now available

48 48 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Structure of Information (2) Industry Messages IATA has emended its standard CIMP & CXML messages:  House Waybill, Air Waybill, House Manifest and Flight Manifest messages have been updated to support the EC requirements  Key changes related to the EU requirements are:  Additional Customs Information Identifiers;  A more flexible Other Customs Information (OCI) line;  Inclusion of the OCI line in the Consolidation List (FHL) message  As examples, these changes will facilitate the exchange of:  The Movement Reference Number (MRN)  The Economic Operators Registration Identification (EORI) number  The scheduled arrival date & time at first point of entry  IATA CIMP available at:

49 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2010 Version June 2010 Guidelines

50 50 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Industry Roles & Responsibilities (1) Carrier reports ENS Carrier (or its representative e.g. GHA) reports the Entry Summary Declaration (ENS)  Forwarder will send FWB & FHL containing the required information to the Carrier  Using this information the Carrier will compose and submit the ENS to Customs e.g. BE Customs  Customs performs risk assessment and provides the MRN back as well as the notification of controls if applicable

51 51 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Industry Roles & Responsibilities (2) Forwarder reports ENS - Forwarder reports the Entry Summary Declaration (ENS) information with Carrier knowledge and consent  Forwarder will obtain the Entry Key information (AWB, Flight etc.) and Carrier EORI # from the Carrier  Using this information Forwarder will compose and submit the ENS to Customs e.g. BE Customs  Customs performs risk assessment and provides the MRN back to the Forwarder & Carrier and the notification of controls if applicable  If Carrier EORI # provided & as an EDI connection with Customs  Forwarder will send FWB & FHL including the MRNs to the Carrier  Upon arrival the Carrier will provide Customs the Entry Key in the Arrival Notification rather than the individual MRNs

52 52 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Guidelines & Scenario: Import within EU  IATA has actively participated in a working group organised by the World Shipping Council to develop guidelines, overseeing the air mode sections.  Scenarios (examples) have also been published by the EC and the scenario related to Air Mode are available on page

53 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2010 Version June 2010 National Implementation Timelines

54 54 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb National Implementation ICS Timelines (1/2)

55 55 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb National Implementation ICS Timelines (2/2)

56 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2010 Version June 2010 National Contacts

57 57 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb National Implementation ICS National Project Managers  National project managers can be contacted to have more information on ICS at national levels  List of ICS project managers per country is now available List of ICS project managers

58 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2010 Version June 2010 Other Considerations

59 59 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb MRN: Movement Reference Number 1.Last 2 digits of the year (YY) 2.Identifier of the country of the Member State having registered/accepted the appropriate declaration message and having generated the MRN (ISO alphabetic 2 country code) 3.Unique identifier for import movement per year and country (alphanumeric 13) 4.Check digit (alphanumeric 1)  Example: 07IT9876AB

60 60 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Office of lodgment vs. first entry vs. subsequent entry Office of Lodgment must be the Office of First Entry ! 1.Office of lodgment (Lodge Entry Summary Declaration, risk analysis) 2.Office of first entry (Provide Pre-Arrival Notification & Arrival Notification for goods to be unloaded) 3. Subsequent office of entry (Provide Pre-Arrival Notification & Arrival Notification for goods to be unloaded)

61 61 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Link between HWB/AWB & ENS At what level an ENS should be created?  ENS can be created at House Waybill or at Air Waybill level depending on:  Arrangements made between the Carriers and the Shipper/Forwarder  Goods description needs to allow Customs to perform risk analysis  Merging goods descriptions of different commodities in one single ENS line item description is possible (356 characters limitation)  Examples: 1.One ENS per MAWB with line item data equal to a HAWB. Each line item will have an acceptable goods description or an aggregation of goods descriptions 2.Same as number 1 but no aggregation of descriptions 3.One ENS per HAWB with ENS line item equal to one good description

62 62 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Consignee Can it be the Forwarder?  According to Annex 30A the Consignee is the ‘Party to whom goods are actually consigned’  The objective is to get the importer address, if possible  Forwarder info acceptable if actual Consignee is not available to the Person lodging the ENS  Not providing the actual Consignee may aim to a higher level of risk

63 63 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Interlining Who need to lodge an ENS?  Carrier A’s flight AA1234 is used for all Carrier B consignments  Carrier A is responsible to ensure that ENSs are lodged for all consignments  Carrier A & B will lodge ENSs for their own air waybill consignments  Carrier B will provide flight number AA1234 on the ENSs lodged  Carrier B is liable for the data accuracy and relevance of its ENSs  Carrier B identify Carrier A as the “carrier” with Carrier A’s EORI # in its ENSs  Customs office will notify MRNs to both carriers if EORI# & EDI connection  Upon arrival Carrier A lodge an arrival notification to Customs office of first entry of all MRNs (or entry key)

64 64 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Code Share Who need to lodge an ENS?  Carrier A operates an aircraft with flight identification number AA1234  Carrier A has a code share arrangement with Carrier B  Carrier B’s flight identification number is BB4567  Carrier A & B are responsible to lodge ENSs for their own consignment  Upon arrival Carrier A is responsible to lodge an arrival notification to Customs office of first entry  It is up to the national customs authorities to decide if one or two arrival notification must be made  If only one then all MRNs shall be provided or “entry Key” with both flight identification

65 65 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb AEO: Authorized Economic Operator  Authorized Economic Operators can benefit from reduced data set in the ENS  Documented in regulation 1875/2006 Annex 30A, Table 5  The ‘specific circumstance indicator’ ‘E’ shall be declared  The Person lodging the ENS and all declared Consignees must be recorded in EORI and declare the EORI TIN and have an AEO certificate for safety and security or for customs simplifications and safety and security  AEO competent authorities and AEO certificate holders can be found at the following website

66 66 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Goods Description Non acceptable goods descriptions  Document TAXUD 1402/2007 rev. 2 published on CIRCA (SAD section)  Document provides guidelines  Non acceptable goods descriptions may trigger results in the risk analysis  Merging goods of different commodities (e.g. shoes and engines) in one single goods item of an ENS should be avoided

67 67 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb FROB Do I need an ENS?  Freight remaining on board for a third country will need an Entry Summary declaration  The Arrival Notification will also cover FROB

68 68 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Primary Trade Issues  Where the FF is expecting the Carrier to submit the ENS data required as part of the legal obligation, the Carrier will need quality data from the FF at origin to be able to:-  Ensure the data submission is made within the laid down time limits  Provide data at a level which will ensure the shipments are not subjected to undue scrutiny, e.g. HAWB Level Data not MAWB Level Data  Receiving such data in paper format from the FF at origin will not allow the Carrier to consolidate the flight data, prepare it and send it forward to the EU Customs Office of first entry within the time limits  Where a FF, with the Carriers knowledge and consent undertakes to submit the data to the EU Customs Office of First Entry themselves, they will need to:- Be aware where the aircraft is first entering the EU (First Airport of Arrival) Be aware of the Carriers EORI to quote in the ENS Be able to receive back the MRN issued by the EU Customs Authority

69 69 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb Meeting Agenda 1.Background 2.Economic Operator Systems 3.Export Control System (ECS) 4.Import Control System (ICS) 5.Aviation Security Legislation

70 70 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb EU Aviation Security Legislation  Legal Basis Regulation (EC) No 300/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council EU Commission Regulation (EC) No 185/2010 EU Commission Regulation (EC) No 272/2009

71 71 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb EU Aviation Security Legislation  Key Factors (1) Requires Member States to Implement enhanced Aviation Security Programmes Lays down requirements for Cargo Screening Lays down requirements for Known Consignor/Shipper and Regulated Agent accreditation Lays down requirements for Cargo Security Certification including data elements

72 72 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb EU Aviation Security Legislation  Key Factors (2) Leaves many decisions on how to implement the Aviation Security to the MS Administrations e.g  Known Consignor / Regulated Agent accreditation methodology  Cargo Security Certification – May be in a separate CSC document or in the Transport Document – May be in paper or electronic format  CSC Archiving and Audit rules

73 73 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb EU Aviation Security Legislation  Current Situation  Many Member States are not yet able to properly inform trade on their requirements  Those Member States that have implemented the Regulation have done so differently, e.g. France require a CSC in a separate paper declaration Luxembourg accept CSC in the e-AWB  Known Consignor / Regulated Agent Accreditation is more difficult to obtain in some MS’s than others

74 74 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb EU Aviation Security Legislation  Speaking at Air Cargo Handling Conference 2010, held in Brussels, Belgium, Dr Andrew Traill, Policy Director for the European Shippers Council said:- “ Many shippers would not become Known Consignors because the EU regulations and requirements were confusing, left shippers unsure of any tangible benefits and unsure of the costs involved.”

75 75 Cargo Business Process & Standards  INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 2009 Version Feb EU Aviation Security Legislation  IATA Proposal  Formulate a Working Group to identify a common recommended method of implementation to include Member State Administrations (Aviation or Transport Ministries) Airlines Shippers GHA’s  Address the requirement for standard Known Consignor and Regulated Agent accreditation to be harmonised / standardised  Address the requirement for CSC to be harmonised / standardised


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