IAG Cargo seeks IT talent

IAG Cargo wants to increase its IT and digital team with more than 60 roles, more than doubling its size. It is looking for people who want to work in a fast-moving and empowering environment, dedicated to enhancing customer experience.The expansion is part of IAG Cargo’s commitment to embrace new and enable it to adapt in an ever-changing landscape. IAG Cargo already uses digital technologies and tools to ... [+]

IAG Cargo announces new 2023-2024 winter schedule

IAG cargo announced increased services as part of the new winter schedule connecting its hubs in London, Madrid and Dublin to key destinations across the world. Customers will benefit from this additional capacity, starting at the end of October through March 2024. There will be increased capacity on several key routes. ... [+]

IAG Cargo officially launches state of the art cargo handling facility

IAG Cargo recently opened its new cargo handling facility, New Premia, at London Heathrow. New Premia will serve as IAG Cargo’s new home for handling premium loose shipments, enabling double the amount of cargo to be managed daily. To accommodate this increase in cargo handling capacity, significant focus has been given ... [+]

IAG Cargo adds Aruba, Guyana to its network

IAG Cargo announced the opening of two new routes. On the 26th March, it will be operating a new route to Aruba (Oranjestad) via Antigua and Guyana (Georgetown) via St Lucia on the 27th March.Both services will operate twice a week on a British Airways Boeing 777-200 widebody aircraft. Perishables, ... [+]

IAG Cargo expands with restart between London and Tokyo

IAG Cargo (IAG) has announced the restart of its direct service between London Heathrow and Tokyo airport with daily flights commencing from 13th November. The revival of this service will be welcomed by IAG Cargo customers from both regions after its year-long pause.Throughout the duration of the pandemic, IAG Cargo ... [+]

IAG Cargo restarts services to Caracas and Rio de Janeiro

IAG Cargo has announced the revival of two services from its hub at Madrid Barajas Airport to Caracas (Venezuela) and Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). These routes join IAG Cargo’s increased capacity to Latin American destinations this winter, including Chile, Mexico and Ecuador. The flights to Caracas and Rio de Janeiro will ... [+]

IAG Cargo delivers Q3 revenues of €373 million

IAG Cargo recently reported that the carrier saw Q3 2022 revenues of €373 million for the period from July 1 to September 30, 2022. The Q3 results take IAG Cargo’s year-to-date revenue to €1,216m, up 3.6% in comparison to YTD 2021. In Q3, the business continued to offer increased services across ... [+]

IAG Cargo boosts services to Latin America

IAG Cargo has announced the restart of services between Barcelona and Chile for the first time since pre-pandemic. The route will run 4 times a week to Santiago de Chile International Airport from Oct. 31, 2022. The service will utilize a LEVEL Airbus A330-200 aircraft. “Latin America is a major trade ... [+]

IAG Cargo rescues racing pigeon

IAG Cargo, the cargo division of International Airlines Group, has safely transported award-winning racing pigeon Bob back home after he took a 4,000-mile detour to America.In June, Bob took off from Guernsey, he was due to make the 10-hour trip home to Gateshead; however, somehow the pigeon found himself stranded ... [+]

IAG Cargo renews for CHAMP’s Traxon cargoHUB service

IAG Cargo (IAG) and CHAMP Cargosystems have extended their partnership for access to the largest air cargo community platform, Traxon cargoHUB. The carrier group will continue to work with CHAMP on services for access to its vast global network of freight forwarders.IAG Cargo, which is one of the world’s largest ... [+]

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