JetBlue opts for IBS’ iCargo solution

After recently completing the implementation of its new passenger reservation system, JetBlue Airways is now implementing IBS’ iCargo solution. iCargo is an integrated solution that optimises operations, enhances profitability and provides scalability to the freight business of airlines. “It’s been a remarkable year at JetBlue Airways,” said the carrier’s system manager cargo, Ed McDonald. “Not […]


After recently completing the implementation of its new passenger reservation system, JetBlue Airways is now implementing IBS’ iCargo solution. iCargo is an integrated solution that optimises operations, enhances profitability and provides scalability to the freight business of airlines.

“It’s been a remarkable year at JetBlue Airways,” said the carrier’s system manager cargo, Ed McDonald. “Not only have we implemented a completely new passenger reservation system, we are now in the process of replacing our cargo systems as well.” After a thorough review of all the cargo solutions on the market which JetBlue believed could handle its growing business, JetBlue chose to partner with IBS.

IBS now has more than 20 customers for its iCargo solution, of which 14 are already using it in production. IBS says the core of iCargo was designed and developed to enable it to be used by large and small carriers alike, as well as all cargo or combination carriers. “Despite the challenging global economy, IBS captured the attention of the airline cargo community with iCargo, and in a very short period we have become the market leader in the next generation cargo systems’ space,” said Akshay Shrivastava, SVP and global head of Cargo Line of Business.