Olympic Air up and running with iCargo

Athens-based Olympic Air has successfully started its cargo operations with iCargo, IBS’ next-generation air cargo management solution for airlines and airports, according to an IBS statement. The implementation was completed as planned on 29 September just before the first flight of the new airline took off. “With this implementation, Olympic Air is well placed to […]


Athens-based Olympic Air has successfully started its cargo operations with iCargo, IBS’ next-generation air cargo management solution for airlines and airports, according to an IBS statement.

The implementation was completed as planned on 29 September just before the first flight of the new airline took off. “With this implementation, Olympic Air is well placed to enhance its cargo volumes, optimise operational costs, increase cargo revenues and profitability and improve customer service and efficiency,” IBS said.

Olympic Air uses iCargoNet, the software as a service (SaaS) version of iCargo, hosted out of IBS’ data centre at Ashburn, US. Olympic Air, which is using the solution for its domestic and international operations, is the 20th customer of IBS for its iCargo solutions, which includes: All Nippon Airways, Austrian Airlines, Kingfisher Airlines, Nippon Cargo Airways, Qantas Freight, S7 Cargo, SpiceJet and Tokyo International Air Cargo Terminal.