IFLN said the arrangement gives it access to the carrier’s network of more than 350 global destinations. At the same time, the partners said, IAG will benefit from new opportunities for business growth stemming from access to IFLN’s freight-forwarder network. David Shepherd, head of commercial at IAG Cargo, said the partnership “holds the potential to drive significant business growth” for his company. IFLN president Michel Vanlerberghe said the deal “reflects the desire of both IFLN and IAG Cargo to commit to a successful and valuable long-term collaboration.”
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