DAP stands for Delivered at Place, and is one of the seven Incoterm rules for any mode of transport.
Under DAP (Delivered at Place) terms, the seller is responsible for all risks and costs associated with delivering goods to an agreed location. Once the goods arrive at its destination, responsibility shifts to the buyer. Meaning, the seller is responsible for packaging the goods, obtaining necessary documentation and approval for export, paying charges related to loading of the vessel or plane, and delivering them safely. The buyer takes responsibility for unloading the goods as well as clearing them through customs when arriving at port or airport.