IAG Cargo to add Gatwick-Toronto operation

IAG Cargo will begin offering capacity on a Gatwick-Toronto flight starting tomorrow.
The service will operate three times per week and will be operated using a Boeing 777 aircraft with a cargo capacity of 18 tonnes per flight.
The airline said expected export commodities include pharma, machinery and agricultural equipment.

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