IATA e-freight for domestic shipments is now live at 58 U.S. airports.
The project is an industry-wide initiative involving Customs authorities, carriers, freight forwarders, ground handlers and shippers.
American Airlines Cargo and DB Schenker Logistics led the IATA e-freight implementation.
International e-freight in the U.S. went live in October 2008 and operates at Chicago, New York JFK and Miami for imports and exports. It operates at Atlanta, Dallas/Fort Worth and Los Angeles for imports only.
There are plans to increase the number of U.S. e-freight gateways for export and import in the next few months, IATA said.