IAG Cargo adds capacity to portal CargoAi

By Damian Brett

IAG Cargo's Acentis building at London-Heathrow

IAG Cargo has added its capacity to online booking portal CargoAi as it continues to expand its digital reach.

The IAG cargo business, which sells and manage capacity on British Airways, Iberia, Aer Lingus, Level and Vueling aircraft, will offer its capacity in more than 60 countries.

The roll out on the platform, which means forwarders using CargoAi will be able to check prices and make bookings with IAG Cargo, comes after the successful conclusion of a test phase in France.

IAG Cargo chief commercial officer John Cheetham said: “We’re delighted to be partnering with CargoAi, offering our customers yet another solution to book their freight online with IAG Cargo.

“In today’s digital world, there’s no such thing as business hours with customers increasingly wanting the option of booking online, any time, from anywhere, to any destination on our network. We’re always looking for fresh and innovative products to support customers such as CargoAi, a powerful yet simple e-booking tool.”

Matthieu Petot, chief executive of CargoAi, added: “At CargoAi, we are committed to ensuring that our users find the air transport solutions that suit their needs and can very easily book the required capacities at the best price. The integration of the cargo capacities of IAG’s five airlines is undoubtedly a fantastic opportunity for our users.”

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