IAG Cargo is further updating its India schedule for cargo-only flights. The cargo airline has introduced additional service to and from Indian cities Delhi and Hyderabad.
To maximise capacity, IAG Cargo has increased its frequency to five times a week by adding an extra frequency to the capital city. A Boeing 787 will land in Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) every Friday and leaves for London Heathrow Airport (LHR) every Saturday, effective August 16, 2020.
IAG Cargo has also launched an extra frequency to the South Indian city of Hyderabad with utilising a B787, to arrive from LHR every Saturday and will fly back every Sunday. With this, the cargo carrier now operates four times a week to Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (HYD).
Recently, IAC Cargo announced an additional service to Kempegowda International Airport (BLR) from London Heathrow, to be served by a Boeing 777 cargo-only PAX flight. IAG Cargo is already operating three cargo-only B777 services to Bengaluru every week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
The carrier’s B777s also flies to and from Mumbai International Airport daily.
IAG Cargo utilises British Airways’ aircraft for all its South Asian services.