IAG CARGO POWERS UP ITS CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE TEAM WITH NEW LEADERSHIP APPOINTMENTS
IAG Cargo, the cargo division of International Airlines Group (IAG) announces new key customer-focused appointments to its leadership team. Pat Dobie, previously Chief Transformation Officer, is appointed Chief Customer and Infrastructure Officer. George Efkolodis joins the business as Head of Customer Experience, with over 20 years’ experience in the aviation industry.
IAG CARGO REACHES 10 MILLION VACCINE MILESTONE, AS IT SUPPORTS CROWN AGENTS AND UNICEF COMPLETE KEY SHIPMENTS FOR VACCINE EQUITY
IAG Cargo, the cargo division of International Airlines Group (IAG) has announced that it has now transported over 10 million COVID vaccines, supporting global efforts in the fight against COVID-19. This includes a 4 million dose shipment to Abuja, Nigeria in collaboration with UNICEF and its COVAX initiative and 300,000 doses to Jamaica, donated by the UK government.
IAG CARGO REPORTS ANOTHER RECORD UPLIFT – 48.5 TONNES ON AN AIRBUS A350 FROM BANGALORE TO LONDON
IAG Cargo, the cargo division of International Airlines Group (IAG) uplifted 48,500 kgs of cargo on a cargo-only flight from Bangalore, India to London-Heathrow operated by a British Airways A350-1000 aircraft in July – a record for IAG Cargo for this aircraft from India. The flight was carefully calculated, ensuring efficient ULD planning of its weight and volume.
IAG CARGO EXPERIENCES RECORD QUARTER AS IT CELEBRATES ITS 10TH ANNIVERSARY
Today IAG Cargo, the cargo division of International Airlines Group (IAG), reports strong Q2 revenue amid a confident outlook for the cargo business and in-line with an improved air-cargo market. IAG Cargo achieved revenues of €419 million from April 1 to June 30 2021; an increase of 17.3 per cent at constant currency versus the same period last year.
IAG CARGO LAUNCHES NEW ROUTE BETWEEN SPAIN AND MALDIVES
IAG Cargo has launched a new direct service from Madrid, Spain to Male, capital of the Maldives, starting from July. The service will run three times per week from Madrid-Barajas. The new service will strengthen IAG Cargo’s existing presence in South Asia, which already includes regular services into Bangalore, Mumbai and Delhi in India.
IAG CARGO PARTNERS WITH KUEHNE+NAGEL AND NESTE TO LAUNCH FIRST NET ZERO CARBON CHARTER CHAIN WITH NESTE MY SUSTAINABLE AVIATION FUEL
29 June 2021- IAG Cargo, the cargo division of International Airlines Group completed its first sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) charter chain of 16 flights from Stuttgart to Atlanta last week. Working with their partner Kuehne+Nagel, IAG Cargo sourced 1.2million litres of Neste MY Sustainable Aviation Fuel™ from Neste. This collaboration marks the first time ever that passenger -freighter charter flights are operated with net-zero carbon emissions*.
IAGCARGO OPENS NEW ROUTE BETWEEN SPAIN AND ECUADOR WHILST REVIVING KEY LATAM TRADES ROUTES
IAG Cargo announces it has started a new route to Guayaquil, Ecuador, increased frequency to Sao Paolo, Brazil and Mexico City, and plans to restart regular flights to San Juan, Puerto Rico - further connecting Latin America with Europe and the UK, as demand for global trade gathers pace. IAG Cargo now services over 150 flights a week between Europe, the UK and Latin America.
IAG CARGO REPORTS STRONG Q1 REVENUES
Today IAG Cargo, the cargo arm of International Airlines Group (IAG) reports its Q1 financial results with cargo markets still impacted by the pandemic.Revenues of €350 million were achieved from January 1 to 31 March 2021; an increase of 50 per cent at constant currency versus the same period last year.
IAG CARGO AIRLIFTS 27 TONNES OF URGENT MEDICAL AID FOR INDIA ON SPECIAL EMERGENCY FLIGHT
IAG Cargo, the cargo division of International Airlines Group (IAG) and its sister company British Airways to operate a relief flight to India transporting 27 tonnes of medical aid as the humanitarian crisis in the country worsens. The B777-200 will be loaded with emergency aid to Delhi to support the Indian government as the country continues to battle rising Coronavirus cases with dwindling oxygen supplies.