Virgin Atlantic Cargo in the news
Virgin Atlantic welcomes cargo potential of new Tel Aviv route
Virgin Atlantic’s new daily flights between London Heathrow and Tel Aviv will provide more import and export opportunities for customers in the UK, US and Israel seeking additional cargo capacity to support the country’s buoyant economy.
Young freight forwarder award finalists spend a day at Virgin Atlantic
Three of the UK’s most talented young freight forwarders have been treated to a Familiarisation Day at Virgin Atlantic in recognition of their success in the latest British International Freight Association’s (BIFA) ‘Young Freight Forwarder of the Year’ award, which has been sponsored by Virgin Atlantic Cargo since 2011.
Virgin Atlantic Cargo forecasts high demand for new Sydney - Hong Kong services
With expectations of booming e-commerce volumes from China coupled with strong demand for northbound cargo capacity, Virgin Atlantic Cargo anticipates the new Virgin Australia daily Sydney-Hong Kong services to get off to a flying start when they commence on 2 July.
Virgin Atlantic Cargo confirms GDP compliance for global headquarters operations and Pharma Zone
Virgin Atlantic Cargo has been granted Wholesale Distribution Authorisation (WDA) for its global headquarters operations and its new Pharma Zone at Heathrow Airport, confirming the airline's compliance with Good Distribution Practice (GDP) and its ability to maintain the quality and integrity of medicinal products for human use.
M-Orlando! Virgin offers cargo customers more choice to and from Orlando
Cargo customers moving goods to and from Orlando, Florida, can now connect with Virgin Atlantic services at four gateways accross the UK.
Virgin Atlantic Cargo reports 9% revenue growth in 2017 as volumes reach a five-year high
Virgin Atlantic Cargo saw volumes reach a five-year high in 2017 and revenues rising 9% to £199.6 million, driven by strong growth in pharmaceutical and e-commerce shipments.
Virgin Atlantic Cargo goes double daily to Johannesburg
Virgin Atlantic Cargo is to launch a second daily service between London and Johannesburg in October, creating additional cargo capacity to and from South Africa.