Last year, our network was back into full force since the challenges of the pandemic, and we’re continuing to shape the future of airfreight with
IAG Cargo customers have raised over 20,000 euros, the equivalent to 1.8 million Indian rupees, from a charity auction held in India this year. The
Famous artists give performances of a lifetime across spectacular stages around the world. But none of this could happen without the planning and manpower that
As Hong Kong finally eases restrictions after nearly three years, Rob Wiemerink, who is based in Hong Kong as a Regional Commercial Manager looking after
Our Chief People Officer, Caroline Andrews, speaks about her new role in the company after joining IAG Cargo six months ago, and how she plans
Our eighth Cargo Live episode – and the last of 2022 – reflects on the impact of the major changes in the automotive industry, IAG
Jackson Hammonds, Regional Key Account Manager at IAG Cargo in Atlanta, has jumped feet first into a challenging role with big responsibilities since joining the
In the run up to our 2022 graduate programme restarting this October, we spoke with a couple of IAG Cargo’s grad scheme alumni. What better
How does a famous racing pigeon from the UK end up on the other side of the world, and what does it take to bring
After a two-year pause, we’re excited Australia is back on our network. To find out how the restart is going, why our London-Sydney route is
Aisha Javid is an operations manager at IAG Cargo. Find out what her job entails, why she loves it, and how she worked her way
IAG Cargo has been transporting animals for many years, so it’s no surprise that many of them have grown into adorable families. To celebrate Mother’s
In celebration of International Women’s Day, we’ve asked three women across IAG Cargo’s operations what brought them to the air cargo sector, what they’ve learned
We talk to Area Commercial Manager for South Asia, Ankush Chawla on how the South Asia hub adapted during the height of India’s COVID wave
As we kickstart 2022, we first wanted to revisit our most read articles published in 2021 – from our celebration of inspirational women at IAG
From flying essential COVID-19 vaccines to tonnes of wine, and even a rescued SEA LIFE turtle from the Maldives, 2021 has been quite a year
We speak to Marta López Fesser, Head of Corporate Partnerships of UNICEF Spain about the situation in Haiti following the 7.2 magnitude earthquake last August that left 650,000 people – including 260,000 children – in dire need of humanitarian assistance and discuss how Iberia and IAG Cargo have transported vital aid toward the relief effort.
Advanced Analytics and Reporting Analyst Sophie Loch gives us the inside track on what it’s like to be on IAG Cargo’s graduate scheme, landing a commercial role and testing her skills in data before transitioning into the analytics team. She tells us why there’s never been a more exciting time to work in cargo
Head of Revenue Inventory and Pricing Rob Cockett discusses the merits that being part of a lean and efficient business can offer your professional development, plus tips on how to turbocharge your career
In a special edition of Cargo Live, we discussed the challenges faced by the industry when it comes to attracting talent to work in logistics, and what it takes to retain talent
Efkolidis brings with him a wealth of experience and ambitious ideas about how to transform the service offering and customer experience journey at IAG Cargo
IAG Cargo’s Technical Standards Executive Gabriella is the first woman to be appointed Chair of IATA’s Live Animals and Perishables Board
In this interview, he talks to us about being the Critical team’s first hire, 24/7 customer service and last-minute must-fly cargo.
Airport Logistics Department Manager Hollie Button shortlisted for the awards’ Warehousing Award, sponsored by FedEx.
RCM for UK&I Daniel Byrne brought on one of the largest customers of the last year thanks to his team’s agility during the pandemic.
In a three-part series, we look back at the moments that have defined IAG Cargo over the last decade. In part 1 we talk mergers, acquisitions, new world-class pharmaceutical facilities and the introduction of some dazzling new aircraft.
Two years on from the opening of the new Constant Climate Centre at IAG Cargo Madrid, we speak to Director of Spanish Hub and Operations, Fernando Terol Armas.
We speak to Senior Cargo Duty Manager Andrew Gipps about managing a round-the-clock operation, and how crucial his teams’ agility was, and continues to be, during the peak of the pandemic.
With the agreement, UNICEF will benefit from access to one of the largest aircraft fleets in the world supported by five airlines, including British Airways, Iberia and Aer Lingus.
Helping to keep the magic alive this Valentine’s Day, IAG Cargo has carried nearly 450 tonnes of flowers across its network, equating to nearly 18,000,000