IAG boosts capacity on Madrid-Santiago route

IAG has increased the frequency of its cargo services between its Madrid hub and Santiago in Chile


A340 Chile Commercial LATAM IAG Cargo Madrid Rodrigo Casal


IAG Cargo has increased the frequency of its cargo services between its Madrid hub and Santiago in Chile, facilitated by an increase in Iberia passenger flights on this route from one flight daily to ten weekly. Operating until March, the additional flights are serviced by A340s. Businesses using this route will benefit from a boost in freight capacity of up to 111.6 tonnes each week.

The additional flights will operate during a season of peak supply and demand: the Chilean summer, when fruit and other perishables come into season and New Year celebrations and other festivities take place globally. Businesses exporting to the Chilean market will similarly benefit from the additional lift and flight frequency.

Rodrigo Casal, vice president Commercial LATAM at IAG Cargo, commented: “Chile is a hugely important country both as a market and as an exporter. We hope to help ensure that the peak season is as profitable as possible for Chilean businesses while also providing a welcome lift in services for customers shipping to the region.”