IAG Cargo adds Aruba and Guyana to its network
IAG Cargo announces new routes to Aruba (from 26th March) and Guyana (from 27th March) from London Gatwick
This service will operate twice a week utilising the belly capacity of a British Airways B777-200
With a direct route from London Gatwick to Trinidad starting on March 26th
IAG Cargo, the cargo division of International Airlines Group (IAG), announces 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, local produce and oil equipment are some of the exports that this capacity will serve.
Rodrigo Casal, Regional Commercial Manager for Latin America at IAG Cargo said, “We’re delighted to be able to provide more capacity to the Americas, enabling our customers to reach further destinations through our key hubs. The movement of cargo between Europe and Americas represents an important trade route, and with our specialist products such as Critical and Constant Climate we’re able to offer a speedy service and ensure that goods stay in perfect condition every step of the journey.”
IAG Cargo continues to expand its Americas capacity with over 250 weekly services between European and Latin American airports, with IAG Cargo now offering a direct three-times-weekly service between London and Trinidad from the 26th March, which was previously reached via St Lucia.
Notes to editors
IAG Cargo is the single business created following the merger of British Airways World Cargo and Iberia Cargo in April 2011. Following the integration of additional airlines into the business, including Aer Lingus, Vueling and bmi, IAG Cargo now covers a global network.
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