IAG Cargo adds winter capacity

IAG Cargo shipments loading on aircraft Photo IAG Cargo via Hill+Knowlton Strategies

IAG Cargo will benefit from increased capacity on bellyhold flights this winter with the addition of extra frequencies and new routes for the season, from the end of October to March 2024.

The cargo division of International Airlines Group (IAG) will have belly space on 14 flights a week between London and Miami, 14 weekly flights between London and Doha, and 17 services linking the UK capital with Cape Town.

Accra will also gain frequencies, as reported by Air Cargo News earlier this month.

From the carrier’s Madrid hub, meanwhile, there will be extra space on routes to Bogota, Santiago, Quito and Santa Domingo.

A statement said the winter schedule includes restarting Boeing 777-200 services from London Gatwick to Cape Town and Costa Rica.

An extra daily service to Doha has been introduced from London Heathrow, while services to Miami have resumed from Dublin. Capacity will also be available between Rio De Janeiro and Buenos Aires, IAG Cargo said, adding that there will be three more weekly services between Barcelona and Buenos Aires in a further expansion of its Latin American coverage.

Camilo Garcia Cervera, chief sales and marketing officer at IAG Cargo, said: “We are delighted to announce the new winter schedule for IAG Cargo, which will provide increased capacity and more options for our customers.

“IAG Cargo operates in over 60 countries and these additional services will allow us to further support international trade to maintain a robust global economy in the run-up to the holiday season.”

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