Between repatriating citizens stranded abroad, delivering important medical equipment to hospitals and ensuring supermarket shelves stay stocked, COVID-19 has meant that airlines have had to
Working with British Airways, collaboration across the group saw the first ever mail loaded into the cabin of a BA passenger aircraft on 8th April from London to Toronto.
For centuries, people have been gifting flowers as a token of their affection on Valentine’s Day – in the UK, for example, almost half of
It is widely acknowledged that moving home is stressful: sorting through possessions, packing, and getting all the paperwork sorted is just the start of what feels like a never-ending to-do list.
The start of the mango season is here, but could it also be the start of something bigger for India?
This International Jazz Day, we’re looking at the top spots in the world to catch some standards, swinging rhythms and solos
We take a look at the future of vaccines and the novel developments that might keep populations alive for years to come
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
For animal lovers looking to move their four legged friends overseas, we’ve curated a fail-safe guide that answers all of your questions about shipping pets
IAG is investing heavily in innovation – we take a look at this year’s Hangar 51 finalists from the Accelerator’s Cargo category
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
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…
What’s the best way to transport a multi-million dollar painting?
This global day of cultural celebration reveals the crucial role of air cargo
Millions of the vaccines we carry are produced by Biological E, the first pharma company to open in south India
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
This Easter weekend, we discover which countries consume the most chocolate…
No longer a futuristic fantasy, IAG Cargo has completed the first ever trial of a self-driving car at a UK airport
Hot on the heels of St Patrick’s Day revelry, we look at the exports currently boosting the Irish economy
With Fairtrade Fortnight, we look at how the movement impacts farmers around the world, and the role that air cargo plays in their businesses
IAG Cargo’s FORWARD.REWARDS programme sets out to reward our small to medium sized customers with free flights, hotel stays, cargo credit and vouchers
The global tea trade is on the up, with worldwide consumption set to grow by 15 per cent by 2021… good news for IAG Cargo’s Constant Fresh product