It’s been just over a year since IAG Cargo took delivery of the A350-1000, the latest iteration of the future-facing, wide-body aircraft from Airbus
Having captured many of IAG Cargo’s major moments from 2020 here on the magazine already, we’re taking a look back at some of our most-read stories from the past six months.
It’s not every day that a sudden Saturday night phone call kickstarts an unprecedented logistical marathon, but in a rapidly changing world where a soaring demand for essential supplies and critical deadlines are head-to-head, the world of cargo is facing a new set of challenges.
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
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
We discuss this year’s accelerator, what start-up success looks like and what other upcoming technologies are on the IAG Cargo horizon.
We take a look at how e-booking can save your company time, money and help future-proof your business.
Data, e-commerce, loyalty… here are some of the hot-topics likely to come up at Air Cargo Europe 2019
The Land of the Rising Sun is growing in popularity both for travel and business. We take a look at the factors that have led to its rise.
From Amazon to FlipKart, with an estimated market size of $36 billion, e-commerce has transformed the way business is done in India
We give a rundown on this years 89th Geneva International Motorshow, from new hypercars to electric SUV’s
As LFW comes to a close, we look at how online retailers continue to occupy a place amongst fashion royalty
We chat to IAG Cargo’s CEO about what drew her to logistics, how to attract more women into the industry, and the areas of growth she’s most excited about…
Spotted in the Duchess of Sussex’s wedding bouquet, Jasmine’s exotic fragrance, elegant stature and deep cultural meaning has earned it the coveted position of “flower
Here at IAG Cargo, we’ve seen an uptake in shipments of Aussie brunch staple halloumi – a world leader in brunch inventions, we take a look at some of the best brunch dishes from Australia making waves across the world.
Based on what has been transported in the cargo hold, here are three of our top tips for dealing with the dreaded third Monday of the New Year
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
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
Mint oil, botox and weight loss pills were some of our largest shipments last month
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
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…
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
Time-poor shoppers are choosing online retailers over bricks and mortar shops, fuelling demand for cargo space
Demand for avocados, acai berries and edible flowers are causing a rush in air cargo shipments
Black Friday is a key date in the calendar for both retailers and cargo forwarders alike. We look at the most popular goods shipped to the UK in the run-up
Nutmeg, dried oranges and fruit are some of this year’s major shipments in preparation of the US holiday