From lions to lorises, we uncover which animals we’ve transported through our Live Animals service over the years
The B777-200 will be loaded with emergency aid to Delhi to support the Indian government with dwindling oxygen supplies.
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.
IAG Cargo’s first live stream, a 30-minute news-style show, called Cargo Live, was broadcasted across LinkedIn, Facebook and YouTube on Tuesday 13th April. Hosted by
An award-winning loyalty programme, Covid-19 pivots and the secure delivery of vaccines are three more proud moments from IAG Cargo’s 10 year history.
In part two of this three-part series, we continue our look back at the moments that have defined IAG Cargo over the last decade. Here we reflect on a future-facing rebrand, the launch of a new website, and the introduction of Critical, IAG Cargo’s premium product for urgent and emergency shipments.
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.
As we celebrate International Women’s Day, we sit down with five of our female colleagues at IAG Cargo to discuss their journey into logistics, their greatest career takeaways, and to share advice for anyone looking to join the supply chain
We sit down with IAG Cargo’s Responsible Persons Joanne Williams and Jeaguk Na to learn more about how they meet the exacting standards of pharma shippers around the globe
What happens when you book shipments with IAG Cargo’s Constant Climate product from our Spanish hub?
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.
Partnering with SENATOR INTERNATIONAL, IAG Cargo utilised a B777-200 passenger aircraft converted into a freighter to charter a flight from Shanghai to Munich carrying over 17,000 boxes (actual weight of 21.1 tons) of medical-grade face masks for the population of Germany.
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
What happens when you book shipments with IAG Cargo’s Constant Climate product?
Things have changed for pets travelling between the UK and EU. Get up to speed before your pet’s next trip
Partnerships and Interline Manager Toby Hillier explains how IAG Cargo stood up a charter service in the pandemic after a six-year gap
Recently appointed RCM for Europe and Africa, Freddie Overton gives insight to regional trade flows, the Covid-19 vaccine roll-out and how the pandemic has transformed IAG Cargo
Through IAG Cargo’s facilities at London Heathrow, Madrid and Dublin more than a million doses of Covid-19 vaccines have been transported to North America and Europe
From launching IAG Cargo’s first cargo-only flights to flying essential PPE shipments to those in need, 2020 was a year to remember. Here, we round up the highlights
A list of virtual events that offer timely insight and expertise on the ever-evolving air cargo sector
On his last day in the company, Regional Commercial Manager Andy Jaye takes us on a tour of his career highlights, and how he’s seen the cargo sector evolve in his 41 years working for IAG
The carrier has resumed its three-times-weekly service between London and the South Korean capital
Newly appointed Head of Sales Darren Peek gives us the lowdown on leading in a crisis, charter growth during lockdown, and how the business will distribute the Covid-19 vaccine when the time comes
In spite of the pandemic, India has continued to export huge volumes thanks to its diverse commodity market and the India cargo team’s agility and customer service
The Iberia A330-300 conversion comes ahead of air cargo’s peak season as demand grows for additional cargo services.
For freight forwarders in the cold chain market, two types of technology are on offer: passive and active. But what is the difference, and why should you care?
The return of the carrier’s London-Tokyo direct service will be good news for pharma and automotive forwarders on both sides of the Pacific
A comprehensive list of virtual events that offer timely insight and expertise on the ever-evolving air cargo sector