How do I track my BA cargo?
You can easily track your shipment using our online tracking tool. Simply scroll up this page and enter you air waybill number. You can also track your shipment by contacting your local IAG Cargo office. Make sure you have all you booking information to hand to allow them to find your shipment quickly and easily.
Does BA do cargo?
Our cargo division, IAG, is one of the world’s leading air cargo providers. Its reach stretches to over 350 destinations, with 15,000 flights a week.
Is IAG Cargo British Airways?
IAG Cargo is the partner business to British Airways that transports an incredible range of items all over the world – everything from fresh fruit to endangered species to life-saving drugs.
What is IAG in shipping?
IAG Cargo is the cargo handling division of International Airlines Group (IAG). IAG Cargo uses the freight capacity of its sister airlines’ passenger flights, such as British Airways, and maintains three hubs located at Dublin Airport, Heathrow Airport and Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport.
What airline starts with 125?
IATA Airline codes
|IATA code – MAWB||IATA code||IATA airlines|
|IATA – 125||IATA – BA||British Airways|
|IATA – 126||IATA – GA||Garuda Indonesia|
|IATA – 129||IATA – MP||Martinair Cargo|
|IATA – 131||IATA – JL||Japan Airlines|
How much do British Airways staff earn?
Salary, Bonuses & Benefits Crew will be able to earn up to £28,000 a year with flying/duty pay and a tax-fee subsistence allowance (basic pay is £16,000), as well as generous company benefits, including Staff Travel benefits from day 1 of joining us. You will receive an hourly payment when you’re flying and on duty.
What is IATA CASS?
Cargo Account Settlement Systems (CASS) is designed to simplify the billing and settling of accounts between airlines and freight forwarders. It operates through CASSlink, an advanced, global, web-enabled e-billing solution.
Is IAG British?
IAG is a Spanish registered company with its corporate headquarters in London, UK. IAG was formed in Jan-2011 with the merger of British Airways and Iberia, both oneworld members, which continue to operate under their distinct brands.