Now that IAG Cargo’s new cutting-edge, 10,000m2 temperature-controlled handling facility at London Heathrow is up and running, we’ve spoken to a few key people who made
For the first time ever, we’re flying freight between London and Cincinnati. But that’s not all we’ve got up our sleeves this summer… A bustling
IAG Cargo’s new home for handling premium freight has opened, and it brings 10,470m² of increased warehouse capacity, a dedicated Constant Climate Quality Centre for
IAG Cargo has welcomed China back to its network with the restart of services between London Heathrow and Shanghai, and will soon be resuming flights
What does it take to transport a 101-million-year-old titanosaur? Here’s everything you need to know. At IAG Cargo, we’re experts in moving freight of all
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
This year has been a busy one for us. We’ve helped people celebrate traditions across the globe, from moving whiskey for Saint Patricks Day to
We speak to Greg Slawson, Senior Vice President, Global Vertical Lead of Automotive at DSV, about the shift to battery-powered vehicles within supply chains and the
As we gear up for the busy Q4 season with events including Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Singles Day, we sat down with Ashwani Nath,
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
What does it take to fly production props across the globe for location shoots? Find out how IAG Cargo supports our partner DHL in bringing
Our fifth Cargo Live episode and first one of 2022 uncovered the latest insights and trends in the logistics industry, the power of digitalisation, and
Airfreight may have been late to join the party of digitisation, but now that we’ve started, our industry is making great strides. Discover IAG Cargo
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 General Manager Philip Knowles of live animals agent JCS Livestock about shipping everything from anteaters to zebra, working with major zoos worldwide, and ensuring the ethical treatment of animals during transit
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.
From lions to lorises, we uncover which animals we’ve transported through our Live Animals service over the years
What happens when you book shipments with IAG Cargo’s Constant Climate product from our Spanish hub?
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
From free cargo credits to seamless online bookings, it’s worth investing in a reliable cargo partner that gives great mileage for your spend
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