For its new 2023-2024 winter schedule, IAG Cargo, the cargo division of International Airlines Group (IAG), is increasing services to connect its hubs in London, Madrid and Dublin to key destinations across the world.
The additional capacity will start at the end of October and run through to March 2024.
Routes to benefit from additional capacity will include London to Cape Town (CPT), Accra (ACC), Doha (DOH), and Miami (MIA), with 14 flights a week to both Miami and Doha, and 17 flights a week to Cape Town.
Out of Madrid, IAG Cargo states it will offer additional capacity on routes to Bogota, Colombia (BOG), Santiago, Chile (SCL), Quito, Ecuador (UIO) and Santa Domingo, Dominican Republic (SDQ).
The winter schedule includes restarting services between London Gatwick to Cape Town and Costa Rica utilising Boeing 777-200s.
IAG Cargo will introduce an extra daily service to Doha (DOH) from London Heathrow, while services to Miami have resumed from Dublin.
Capacity will also be available between Rio De Janeiro, Brazil (GIG) and Buenos Aires, Argentina (EZE).
IAG Cargo states it will also add three more services per week between Barcelona (BCN) and Buenos Aires (EZE), adding to its Latin American network.
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.”
Out of London, IAG Cargo offers capacity to six continents with over 600 weekly widebody services.
Additionally, Dublin serves as a gateway to North America with over 140 widebody services and the business now offers over 200 weekly widebody flights from Madrid to North America, Latin America and the Caribbean.
IAG Cargo is the single business created following the merger of British Airways World Cargo and Iberia Cargo in April 2011.
Following the integration of additional airlines into the business, including Aer Lingus, Vueling and LEVEL, IAG Cargo now covers a global network covering six continents.
IAG Cargo has a combined workforce of more than 2,250 people. Its parent company, International Airlines group, is one of the world’s largest airline groups with 558 aircraft at December 31, 2022.
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