IAG Cargo launches first ever service to Cincinnati

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IAG Cargo, the cargo division of International Airlines Group (IAG), today announces it will be starting a new direct service between London-Heathrow and Cincinnati, Ohio for the first time in its history.

From 5th June 2023, IAG Cargo customers will be able to export and import vital goods between London-Heathrow and Cincinnati, Ohio five days a week during the summer months, and four times a week during the winter period.

The route will be essential for the movement of e-commerce, a key source of revenue for the U.S generating $272.6 billion of revenue in the first quarter of 2023.1

Camilo Garcia Cervera, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer at IAG Cargo said: “The transatlantic corridor is one of the world’s most important trade lanes, and a vital part of our network and so we’re pleased to support our customers with a new route to Cincinnati. “With this direct route from one of our key hubs, London, customers can benefit from our wider network that spans across six continents to transport the regions high in demand imports and exports.”

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