As we welcome in the New Year, we revisit our most-read articles from the IAG Cargo Magazine in 2022. From finding out how we move
How does a famous racing pigeon from the UK end up on the other side of the world, and what does it take to bring
Advanced Analytics and Reporting Analyst Sophie Loch gives us the inside track on what it’s like to be on IAG Cargo’s graduate scheme, landing a commercial role and testing her skills in data before transitioning into the analytics team. She tells us why there’s never been a more exciting time to work in cargo
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.
Partnerships and Interline Manager Toby Hillier explains how IAG Cargo stood up a charter service in the pandemic after a six-year gap
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
Currently flying the route from London Heathrow to Dallas Fort Worth, the 787-10 joins the league of IAG Cargo’s largest aircraft
The first of the converted aircraft departed London for Beijing with passenger seats in the main cabins completely removed, greatly increasing the cargo space available on the BA777-200.
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.