Discover how IAG Cargo is transporting ancient artefacts for an upcoming exhibition at the British Museum
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
Regional commercial manager for Africa Graham Tufft talks us through trends in perishables shipments from Africa
Meet Harish Patel, managing director of Kenya Horticultural Exporters and one of IAG Cargo’s most valued perishables partners
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…
The Muslim holiday is a huge event for brands, retailers and cargo carriers alike
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
Operations Delivery team leader Andrew Gipps gives the inside track on how to safely balancing cargo on an aircraft so it’s safe to fly
Whether it’s showing your appreciation through freebies or communicating more transparently, make sure your employees feel the love with these handy tips
Guess how much we’ve moved in four years flying freighters between London and Hong Kong?
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
Matt Goff works on the development team for IAG Cargo’s Premium products. He gives us the inside track on getting the much anticipated Critical offering up and running, and the success it’s had since launching
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 FWD.Rewards programme sets out to reward our small to medium sized customers with free flights, hotel stays, cargo credit and vouchers
The competitive world of winter sports united in Pyeongchang, South Korea this year – how did it all come together?
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
France’s Bayeux tapestry is set to be displayed in the UK for the first time in 950 years. But how will it get there?
IAG Cargo helped transport 13 dogs rescued from a canine meat farm in Asia
From Black Friday bargains to baby orang-utans in business class, check out our top cargo stories from the last 12 months
Cognac, nutmeg and perfume were among IAG Cargo’s highest volumes shipped last Christmas
In 2017, IAG Cargo transported an endangered orang-utan in British Airways’ business class between Moscow and London, gifting IAG Cargo blankets last Christmas to the monkey sanctuary that she now calls home