IAG sends flood relief freight for free

IAG Cargo and British Airways have partnered with multiple aid organisations to offer free transport of emergency flood aid to Pakistan. Over 34 tonnes of aid has been donated, including medical support and clothing which has already flown to Islamabad for onward transportation to the affected areas. The largest single movement of aid so far weighed eight tonnes and the flight was operated on 25 September by a special team ... [+]

A helping hand (or wing) for Bob the Pigeon

IAG Cargo has transported a racing pigeon Bob back home after he took an unscheduled 4,000-mile detour to America. In June, Bob took off from Guernsey for what should have been a ten-hour flight home to Gateshead in North-east England but somehow found himself stranded in Alabama after taking a wrong ... [+]

More aid for India

IAG Cargo’s British Airways has transported further aid to India for the second time in two weeks. The cargo-only B777-200 flight from Heathrow to Delhi moved 18 tonnes, made up of five thousand pieces of PPE supplies and oxygen concentrators for charities including Oxfam, Khalsa Aid, Christian Aid and LPSUK. [+]

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