What does myinvoice do?
Take a look at this short animation of the benefits of myinvoice.
To print a single invoice, find the invoice you want to print and use the ‘get PDF’ button at the bottom right of the screen. You can then save or print the PDF image.
If you’d like to print the summary information on your invoices or deliveries, you can use the ‘export to excel’ button in the bottom right corner of any summary screens. This exports the information into excel so you can save or print as desired.
If you have a large number of invoices, you may want to print them all off at once rather than printing them individually. The ‘invoice bundle’ functionality in myinvoice allows you to access a zip file with a number of invoice PDF images which can be downloaded and printed. To register for this go to your ‘user profile’ section of myinvoice and select ‘invoice bundle’. You will receive an e-mail with a link to the zip file when it is produced. This file will be available for 14 days from the date the email notification was issued. After this time, you will need to view your invoices using the ‘open invoices’ section.
If you are still receiving paper invoices it is because some of the countries we operate in still require paper invoicing for tax reasons. This applies to supply sales in Albania, Brazil, Georgia, Namibia, Nigeria, Tunisia, and Turkey. In the case of invoices from these countries a paper copy will be sent and the online image will say “COPY”.
For purchases in Poland and India invoices will not appear on Air BP myinvoice and will be sent by post.
You should not be receiving paper invoices for anywhere else in the world. If you think you’re getting unnecessary paper invoices, please use the ‘contact us’ link in the top right corner of every screen in Air BP’s myinvoice to let us know what’s happening.