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IAG starts first ever Dublin-Denver flights

IAG Cargo has launched a route between Dublin and Denver for the first time in its history. The route, operated by IAG’s Irish arm, Aer Lingus, will have a frequency of four times per week, using an Airbus 330-200 aircraft. Services between Dublin and Toronto will also be boosted by a wide body Airbus 330-200 four times a week. IAG Cargo’s Dublin hub now has over 80 weekly wide-body rotations, especially important ... [+]

IAG boosts Latin America import capacity

IAG Cargo has invested €1.5 million in expanding its temperature-controlled perishables facility in Madrid, part of a €12 million investment in its Spanish hub over the last six years. It will increase capacity of the facility by 45%, offering the largest cooling chambers at the hub. It will benefit customers importing ... [+]

IAG goes HVO in Heathrow

IAG Cargo has completed its transition of its 160-strong ground vehicle fleet at London Heathrow from diesel to hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO). HVO is a drop-in replacement for diesel, made from plant waste and from fully renewable materials and will reduce net greenhouse gas emissions by up to 90% along with ... [+]

IAG adds more capacity

IAG Cargo is to restart services between London Heathrow and Abu Dhabi on 20 April following a four-year hiatus. The route will be operated by a Boeing 787-9 widebody aircraft. Key transatlantic routes will also see a boost in capacity, with a 9% increase in services to Latin America and ... [+]

IAG Cargo: Smart IT help wanted

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 ... [+]

Revenue and yields down at IAG Cargo

IAG Cargo, the freight arm of International Airlines Group (IAG) which includes British Airways, Iberia, Aer Lingus and Vueling – said its commercial revenue in 2023 was down 28.4% on 2022 at €1.156 million. However, this was 3.5% up on pre-pandemic levels in 2019. Overall yields for the year were ... [+]

IAG Cargo is a Top Employer

IAG Cargo has been recognised by the Top Employers Institute following conducts a rigorous process exploring policies and practices including People Strategy, Work Environment, Talent Acquisition, Learning, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and Wellbeing. One IAG Cargo initiative is its Leading the Way programme to energise all employees across the business ... [+]

IAG Cargo seeks new talent

IAG Cargo is now taking applications for its 2024 Graduate Scheme at London Heathrow to the end of January. The carrier is looking for eleven budding logistics professionals to join its two-year programme, which has been producing senior business leaders since 2012. Recruits will benefit from IAG Cargo’s new learning hub to ... [+]

IAG opens Constant Climate station in Cape Town

IAG Cargo has opened its fifth Constant Climate station in Africa, in Cape Town, approved for temperature-sensitive healthcare products. It will handle pharmaceuticals including vaccines and medicinal components to support. And will offer connections via  London Heathrow to over 100 approved stations worldwide.  IAG Cargo sees South Africa as a critical ... [+]

IAG Cargo’s Doha route offers Latin American links

IAG Cargo has started a route between Madrid and Doha, Qatar. The new daily direct service will be operated by an Iberia A330, from 11 December and will offer connections from Asia Pacific through to 17 destinations in Latin America. It also provides a link from Latin and North America ... [+]

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