First-half traffic grew 1.2 percent to 330,000 tonnes.
28 Jul 2017
05 May 2017
Traffic on the Europe-Asia Pacific routes surged 34 percent in the quarter driven partly by “sea freight restraints.”
18 Apr 2017
European airlines accounted for half of the increase in global air cargo traffic to a five-year high in 2016.
23 Mar 2017
Freight volumes have surged 23 percent in the first two months of 2017.
23 Mar 2017
BCOs are looking to air freight as an alternative to shipping cargo from North Europe to Asia as ocean space remains tight.
28 Oct 2016
International Airlines Group posted a further steep decline in freight traffic and lower revenue in the third quarter.
29 Jul 2016
As overcapacity and weak demand continue to plague the global transportation industry across modes, competition for cargo has only intensified.
12 Apr 2016
Europe’s leading air cargo carriers are continuing to post lower traffic figures month after month while their smaller rivals are still boosting their market shares.
26 Feb 2016
International Airlines Group carried less cargo in 2015 than a year earlier but its freight revenue grew as it focused on strategic partnerships and premium products to offset lower rates and yields in bearish global market.
30 Oct 2015
International Airlines Group posted a slight increase in cargo revenue in the third quarter despite a bigger decline in volume as the Anglo-Spanish carrier scaled back freighter operations.
16 Sep 2015
Russia’s AirBridgeCargo Airlines is pulling further ahead of its troubled European rivals as it continues to post double digit increases in traffic month after month.
05 Aug 2015
IAG Cargo has indefinitely extended the capacity partnership agreement with Qatar Airways that marked the Anglo-Spanish carrier’s exit from freighter operations a year ago.
31 Jul 2015
IAG Cargo’s revenue grew 8.8 percent in the second quarter as favorable exchange rate movements offset lower traffic and a flat load factor.
27 Jul 2015
IAG Cargo and Finnair Cargo have signed an agreement to share space on a freighter service between London Luton and Helsinki airports as the two carriers map out a new strategy following their decision not to operate their own cargo aircraft.