IAG Cargo


IAG Cargo is the cargo handling division of International Airlines Group (IAG). IAG Cargo uses the freight capacity of its sister airline’s passenger flights and therefore maintains two global hubs located at London Heathrow and Madrid-Barajas Airport. IAG Cargo offers freight transportation to more than 350 destinations in over 80 countries.

The company was formed in April 2011 by the merger of British Airways World CArgo and Iberia Cargo. BMI Cargo was also integrated into the business in April 2012 followed by Vueling and Aer Lingus.

The network is one of the largest cargo carrier networks in the world with a extensive schedule, same day connections between most continents and destinations, and extensive road connections.
IAG Cargo is developing a single portfolio of products that reflects customer needs. This will create a seamless customer experience across the whole network.