While airlines continue working round the clock to ensure essentials are being transported safely from A to B, here at IAG Cargo, that promise also extends to our favourite four-legged friends.
The aircrafts, five of Aer Lingus’ biggest, A330 jets, are being flown back and forth from Beijing by dozens of pilots.
As Spain finds itself in the depths of the COVID-19 outbreak, IAG Cargo and Iberia are using a specially created medical air corridor between Spain, China and Japan to ensure the country is receiving the essential medical supplies it desperately requires.
While much of the international fresh produce trade as we know it happens above 30,000 feet, few occasions are riper for opportunity than on the
Hot off the heels of record-breaking tourist numbers in 2019 comes our new Antalya route in time for Summer 2020. The Turkish coastal city may
As we soar into 2020, we replay the top stories that caught your attention this year.
We chat to Product Support Executive Suchita Kumar about our Critical product and how we handle shipments that require more than just speed.
One of the start-ups selected for this year’s Hangar 51 accelerator, Emu Analytics’ data visualisation platform has been able to identify airside problem areas that prevent cargo getting on a flight on time. CEO Richard Vilton explains how the tech works
We take a deep dive into Ghana’s thriving export market and the fresh produce that’s driving it
Currently enrolled in IAG’s startup accelerator, Mobilus Labs has created a solution that takes the pain out of communicating in noisy, airside environments. We chat to the startup’s founder and CEO about how a near-death experience inspired the idea, and how the tech can work for logistics
We look at the ways shipping priceless artefacts has evolved over the centuries, and the launch of a new exhibition at the British Museum
IAG is investing heavily in innovation – we take a look at this year’s Hangar 51 finalists from the Accelerator’s Cargo category
With toy superheros and wizarding wands making their way into our cargo holds, we take a look at how the Celtic festival of the dead has evolved into one of the world’s most significant consumer holidays
We talk to IAG Cargo’s CFO about how he got to where he is today, customer trends, and where he last went on hols…
Discover how IAG Cargo supports endangered African elephants at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya
Mint oil, botox and weight loss pills were some of our largest shipments last month
Discover how a time-sensitive cargo service can save your bottom line
Crazy for coffee? Last week, one of our largest shipments featured 4.5 tonnes of coffee makers between Singapore and New York
IAG Cargo was tasked with delivering 500kg of Royal Wedding edition celebrity news magazines from London to Nashville
IAG has opened applications to its startup accelerator, Hangar 51, offering growing businesses the chance to trial products at scale and work closely with the company’s senior management
Regional commercial manager for Africa Graham Tufft talks us through trends in perishables shipments from Africa
Shippers can now include tracking devices in their IAG Cargo shipments free of charge. Product development manager Carly Morris talks us through the benefits of tracking your cargo, and why there’s been an uptake in batches of bobble heads…
The Muslim holiday is a huge event for brands, retailers and cargo carriers alike
Guess how much we’ve moved in four years flying freighters between London and Hong Kong?
Thanks to the secure transit of polio vaccines, more than 16 million people are able to walk who might have otherwise been paralysed by the disease
Cases of this infectious stomach bug have dropped since the introduction of vaccines in the 21st century
From rotavirus to malaria, we explore the vaccines that provide immunity to some of the world’s deadliest viruses
We look at how air lifted vaccines saved the lives of those suffering from smallpox
IAG Cargo transported an Asiatic lion between Moscow and Madrid, but not before the Beast from the East threatened his safe journey
No longer a futuristic fantasy, IAG Cargo has completed the first ever trial of a self-driving car at a UK airport