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.
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.
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?
We discuss this year’s accelerator, what start-up success looks like and what other upcoming technologies are on the IAG Cargo horizon.
The accelerator, the incubator or co-working, what is right for your start-up?
IAG is investing heavily in innovation – we take a look at this year’s Hangar 51 finalists from the Accelerator’s Cargo category
No longer a futuristic fantasy, IAG Cargo has completed the first ever trial of a self-driving car at a UK airport