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.
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.
While airlines continue working round the clock to ensure essentials are being transported safely from A to B, here at IAG Cargo, that promise also extends to our favourite four-legged friends.
The aircrafts, five of Aer Lingus’ biggest, A330 jets, are being flown back and forth from Beijing by dozens of pilots.
As Spain finds itself in the depths of the COVID-19 outbreak, IAG Cargo and Iberia are using a specially created medical air corridor between Spain, China and Japan to ensure the country is receiving the essential medical supplies it desperately requires.
We only work with airline partners who deliver the same high product standards as we do.
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
If you’ve ever wanted to be part of an operation built on the latest technology and world-class products, the world of cargo offers a breadth
While much of the international fresh produce trade as we know it happens above 30,000 feet, few occasions are riper for opportunity than on the
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
Selected as the cargo logistics finalist to join this year’s IAG Hangar 51 global innovation programme, AllRead Machine Learning Technologies (MLT) is a startup providing
IAG Cargo recently announced a successful drone trial in our Madrid warehouse. Carly Morris, Head of Innovation at IAG Cargo, tells us how this came
As we soar into 2020, we replay the top stories that caught your attention this year.
We chat to Product Support Executive Suchita Kumar about our Critical product and how we handle shipments that require more than just speed.
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.
While AI is already established in consumer tech, demonstrated by the plethora of virtual assistants, just how does AI work and how might it benefit the airfreight industry?
More than 400 freight forwarders in 47 countries responded to the survey with their perceptions of the air cargo industry.
IAG Cargo recently announced a new partnership with Cargo Signal to offer customers a new end-to-end tracking service.
With the addition of our new Osaka route, we offer weekly flights to both Tokyo and Osaka
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.
The accelerator, the incubator or co-working, what is right for your start-up?
Discover the world of manga with an exclusive interview with the IFAC Harida Curator of Japanese Arts at the British Museum
Discover how Peruvian customs and traditions wield their influence over international culture
Data, e-commerce, loyalty… here are some of the hot-topics likely to come up at Air Cargo Europe 2019
The start of the mango season is here, but could it also be the start of something bigger for India?
Two of IAG Cargo’s Area Customer Service Managers on completing one of the biggest bike rides in the world, and the kit that got them over the line
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