IAG Cargo announces successful drone trial at Madrid warehouse [VIDEO]

IAG Cargo has spent most of the last 18 months trialing autonomous drone technology in its Madrid warehouse, Carly Morris, head of innovation at IAG Cargo, told Air Cargo World this week. The successful trials established IAG Cargo’s ability to use drones for autonomous navigation across multiple racks, accurate scanning of air waybills and identification […]

IAG Cargo’s accelerator finalist to test machine learning for ULD management

IAG Cargo, the cargo arm of International Airlines Group, this week concludes its 2019 accelerator program, Hangar 51. For the past 10-weeks, IAG Cargo has been working with its chosen finalist, Spain-based startup Allread MLT to explore the use of machine learning to improve ULD container management. With the goal of optimizing stock-taking process for […]

IAG Cargo revenues, volumes take hit in 3Q

U.K.-based IAG Cargo reported third-quarter 2019 revenues that were down 9% year-over-year at a constant exchange rate, to €269 million for the period ending Sept. 30. Tonnage was down 5.7% during the quarter, to 162,000 tonnes. Cargo traffic meanwhile, was 4.9% lower at 1.35 billion cargo-tonne kilometers. Cargo yield for the quarter was down 4.2% […]

IAG backs plan for net zero emissions by 2050

As logistics operators seek to reduce their environmental impact, more forwarders, express operators and now airlines are seeking to reach net-zero emissions over the next several decades. On Thursday, International Airlines Group (IAG) – parent group of carriers British Airways, Aer Lingus, Iberia, LEVEL and Vueling – announced it would be the first airline group […]

IAG Cargo partners with Cargo Signal for cargo tracking

IAG Cargo is offering a new cargo tracking service through a partnership with Cargo Signal, the sensor-based logistics service provider subsidiary of Seattle-based forwarder Expeditors. IAG Cargo’s cargo tracking service offers three levels – Visibility, Quality, and Service & Quality – all of which include sensor-based tracking and shipment visibility using web and mobile applications. […]

European carriers report mixed results for June

In the first look at European carrier results for June, mixed results indicate ongoing concerns over protectionist policies on global trade are justified. Both Lufthansa Group and Air France-KLM reported year-over-year declines in cargo traffic, while International Airlines Group’s June performance was mostly flat with 2018. Only Turkish Cargo reported significant growth for the month. […]

IAG Cargo links API to Freightos WebCargo to offer dynamic pricing

In a move aimed at ushering in an era of dynamic pricing for its carrier affiliates, IAG Cargo, the parent of British Airways World Cargo and Iberia Cargo, announced today that Freightos’ WebCargo platform will become the first live user of its digital APIs. Following the integration, freight forwarders using WebCargo now have instant, real-time […]

IAG Cargo revenues dip in Q1, despite rise in traffic

Like many carriers this year, U.K.-based IAG Cargo said its first-quarter 2019 revenues declined year-over-year, falling to €275 million during the period March 31 for a 2.5% loss, compared to Q1 of 2018, at a constant exchange rate. However, its cargo traffic increased by 2.6% to 1.39 billion cargo tonne kilometers (CTK), thanks to a […]

IAG Cargo makes Critical service available 24/7 for Easter weekend

With an increase in demand expected for the upcoming Easter weekend, IAG Cargo said it is increasing its London hub’s time-critical service to now be available around the clock for urgent shipments. Daniel Johnson, head of product at IAG Cargo, said that, last year, the carrier saw a “10% increase in demand in the weeks […]

IAG Cargo reports cloudy 2018 results, continues cool-chain investments

United Kingdom-based IAG Cargo released its end-of-year results, which show it increased commercial revenue by about 7 percent to €1.2 million at constant currency in 2018, compared to 2017, but did not provide much information on its Q4 results or profit figures during the period. This doesn’t come as a surprise, as many industry members […]

IAG Cargo launches online booking for pets

Putting a new spin on the emerging digital capacity-booking trend, IAG Cargo and its affiliate carrier, British Airways, are offering a new pet transportation service on its U.K.-based routes, which customers can use to book slots for their pets on the carrier’s flights via IAG Cargo’s website. The new offering is the result of a […]

Panalpina anticipates airfreight growth during Q4 following slow Q3

Panalpina said it is anticipating “good growth” in demand for airfreight in its fourth quarter results, driven by China-Europe, Europe-U.S. and China-U.S. trade lanes and demand for charter services, but emphasized its 2018 end-of-year results “won’t be as strong as the previous year.” The forwarder is emerging from a sluggish third quarter, in which its […]

IAG Cargo to launch route connecting U.K. to Pakistan

This week, United Kingdom-based IAG Cargo said it will launch a direct route from its London Heathrow (LHR) hub to Islamabad, Pakistan, to begin next spring, in a move to increase its connections between Europe and Southeast Asia. The service will launch in June 2019 and run three times a week, year-round, offering 15 tonnes […]
Page 1 of 912345 » ...Last »