E-Way Bill Requirements For Transportation Of Goods By Airways

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Date: 29 Dec 2022


E-Way Bill Requirements – Transportation Of Goods By Airways

 

A new E-way bill system that links GSTIN has been introduced to minimise tax evasion loopholes. Completing the GST EWB-01 form can generate a new E-way bill via the GST portal. If the value of the commodities is greater than Rs.50,000, this is required for all types of products carried by road, air, ship, rail, etc.

 

How To Make E-Way Bill For Air-Transport

 

  • The consignor or the recipient must fill out Part A of Form GST EWB-01 if the goods are carried by air.

  • An airway bill is not negotiable since it is not a document of title to the goods.

  • The airway bill is a receipt given out by an airline that serves as proof that the goods were transported.

  • To move the items by air, the transporter must create an e-way bill if the supplier has not already done so.

  • To move the items by air, the transporter must create an e-way bill if the supplier has not already done so.

  • When moving goods for customs clearance from an airport, air cargo facility, or land customs station to an inland container depot or container freight station, an e-way bill must be created.

  • However, the delivery of the items to the recipient's registered address. The e-way bill must then be produced.

  • The e-way bill’s validity starts once the transport document number is provided in Part B. 

  • For various forms of transportation, as soon as the products arrive at the relevant location. The provider or the carrier must update the number of the related transport.

  • The document required to generate an E-way bill for the transportation of goods via air are:

  • Invoice

  • Delivery challan

  • Airway bill number

  • Details of the supplier

  • Details of the recipient

  • Entails of the transporter