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06 October, 2021

Alaska Airlines agrees codeshare deal with Iberia Airlines

Alaska Airlines launches new codeshare agreement with Iberia Airlines

Alaska Airlines has agreed on a new codeshare agreement with the Spanish carrier Iberia Airlines, a fellow member of the oneworld alliance and part of the massive IAG group of airlines.

This new agreement strengthens the existing partnership between the two airlines, giving flyers exciting and convenient travel options for Iberia passengers to easily connect to more than 40 routes throughout Alaska's network.

Iberia has nonstop service between Los Angeles and its Madrid hub, and seasonal service between San Francisco and Barcelona – enabling seamless connectivity to the Alaska network beyond both California cities. 

"We're thrilled to expand our cooperation with Iberia, one of our newest partners in oneworld," said Nat Pieper, senior vice president of fleet, finance and alliances at Alaska Airlines. "Alaska joined oneworld to efficiently link our network to the world, and this enhanced partnership with Iberia brings Europe one step closer."

Alaska launched its partnership with Iberia on March 31, 2021, the same day Alaska formally became a member of the oneworld global alliance. The partnership with Iberia enables our Mileage Plan members to earn miles on Iberia flights and features reciprocal elite benefits, including preferred seat selection; priority check-in, security clearance and boarding; lounge access; and extra baggage allowance, with further enhancements coming over the next several months. Iberia has been a member of oneworld since 1999.

20 September, 2021

With two daily flights Iberia really opens up Mexico for European travellers.

Spanish airline Iberia has recently amended its schedules from Madrid to Mexico to now offer up to 14 weekly flights.

With partner airline Aeromexico it offers connections to another 40 Mexican cities.

Mexico is one of the countries without entry restrictions of most Europeans that have been double jabbed and offers up a destination of such amazing variety.  

Iberia has increased its operations to Mexico from Madrid which will help open up the country for families and tourists alike. Plus with the special codeshare deal with Aeromexico, Iberia expands its network of connections in the interior of Mexico to 40 other Mexican cities, such as Monterrey, Cancun, Guadalajara, Acapulco or San Luis Potosí, among others.

The schedules of the flights Madrid-Mexico City are:



Flight No.

Days of operation

Departure time

Arrival time

Madrid-Mexico City



1:20 p.m.

5:55 p.m.

Madrid-Mexico City



11:55 p.m.

04:30h the next day

Mexico City-Madrid



12:10 p.m.

06:00h the next day

Mexico City-Madrid



8:05 p.m.

13:55h the next day










Onboard the most advanced aircraft on the market, the Airbus A350

Since June 2020, Iberia has scheduled its Airbus A-350/900 aircraft on its Madrid-Mexico City route to make its customers aware of the features and improvements offered by the quietest aircraft on the market, equipped with two Rolls-Royce Trent XWBengines.

With 348 seats -31 in Business Class and 293 in Economy -this aircraft model incorporates Premium Economy Class,an intermediate product with 24 seats that offers: 20 percent more separation between rows of seats (94 cm), 40% more recline, wider seats (48 cm), 12-inch full HD screens, higher baggage allowance or a differentiated on-board service, among other benefits.

For customers, the cabin of the Airbus A350/900 has great advantages: high-speed Wi-Fi,panoramic windows, wider aisles and higher ceilings that give a greater sense of space and an air renewal system that improves humidity levels on board by between 11 and 16 percent.  

In addition, Business Class offers larger screens of 18 inches, wider seats (58 cm), wider footrests and more space for personal belongings.

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16 September, 2021

Iberia Returns to the Maldives and Cali This Winter Season

  • Two weekly flights to Male from December through February, and three weekly flights to Cali, from December throught March.
  • In Spain, the Madrid-Barcelona shuttle is experiencing the fastest growth, with 68 flights operating weekly –up to 11 flights per day in each direction.
  • Iberia is also expecting continued domestic demand growth, especially in business travel, between Madrid and Bilbao, La Coruña, and Vigo, and is scheduling four daily return flights to all three cities. Capacity will also be increased on flights to Asturias, San Sebastián and Santander
  • In European flights Iberia is boosting Madrid-Paris services to as many as seven daily flights in each direction, reaching both Orly and Charles de Gaulle airports). It is already operating five daily return flights to London, while increasing capacity to LisbonOportoFrankfurtBrusselsGenevaMilanRomeZurichDüsseldorf, Munich, Venice, Lyon, and Marseilles.
  • In total, this winter Iberia will fly to 23 long-haul destinations in 17 countries, with nearly 280 flights per week.
  • Iberia’s fastest-growing markets in Latin America are Mexico, the Dominican Republic, and Colombia, and it is also adding flights to Central America and Uruguay.
  • In the United States, Iberia is increasing its services to New York and Miami to 10 flights per week, while continuing to fly to  ChicagoBoston, and Los Angeles.
  • Meanwhile, the airline has just extended its promotional fares campaign until 22 September.


In the winter season that begins on 31 October, Iberia is expecting the continued recovery of passenger traffic, while contributing to it with promotional fares, and adding destinations and flight frequencies.

After its summer success, Iberia’s new Maldives Islands destination will be maintained throught the winter, with two direct return flights per week from December through February.

In December-March the airline will fly three times per week to Cali,  Colombia, which was a popular destination this summer.

The Madrid-Barcelona Shuttle Takes Off

Domestic air travel in Spain is showing a strong recovery in general, and flight frequencies to all destinations are being increased.

In September Iberia raised capacity by 32% on its Madrid-Barcelona shuttle service, the Puente Aéreo (“Air Bridge”). Further increases this winter will take it to 69 flights per week, or up to 11 daily return flights.

The airline is also increasing frequencies this winter to up to five flights per week from Madrid to La CoruñaBilbao, and Vigo, while it will fly twice daily to San Sebastián and to Santander, and make up to three daily flights to Asturias.


Business Travel in Europe

To attract and accommodate business travellers. Iberia is increasing connectivity to key European cities, facilitating same-day return flights.

This winter Iberia will operate up to seven flights per day from Madrid to Paris, including both Orly and Charles de Gaulle airports. It is now flying five times a week to London, while increasing frequencies to Lisbon, Oporto, Frankfurt, Brussels, Geneva, Milan, Rome, Zurich, Düsseldorf, Munich, Venice, Lyon, and Marseilles, with up to three daily flights.


Long-haul Operations also Recovering

This winter Iberia will continue to fly to its new destination in the Maldives –following this summer’s success– and to Cali, Colombia, In total its will serve 23 cities in 17 countries in the Americas, plus the Maldives, operating some 280 long-haul flights weekly from  Madrid.


10 August, 2021

The Madrid Hub is a major logistics centre through which more than three million doses of anti Covid-19 vaccines have been distributed

Iberia and IAG Cargo, the company handling air freight for all IAG airlines, continue to focus their efforts in the struggle against the pandemic by helping move Covid-19 vaccines around the globe.

Shipments of vaccines began in December 2020 and, since the very beginning, the Madrid airport became a major world hub in vaccine distribution, and has moved more than three million doses.

Vaccine shipments have been taken by Iberia Group airlines from Madrid to Spain’s Canary and Balearic Islands and its North African destination Melilla, along with the Latin American nations of El SalvadorMexico, Chile, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Uruguay, and Peru.

The Madrid cargo terminal is equipped with IAG's “Constant Climate” facilities which are used to ensure that vaccines and other pharmaceutical goods are conserved at the proper temperature. Iberia and IAG Cargo staff are trained specifically in the handling of such materials, which are stored and moved in refrigerated facilities, including ground vehicles.


22 July, 2021

CNN visits Iberia MRO facilities

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19 July, 2021

Repsol and Iberia sign an agreement to advance sustainable mobility solutions

Iberia and Repsol have signed a collaboration agreement to move towards more sustainable mobility, among other objectives. The agreement between the multi-energy company and the airline is part of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) promoted by the United Nations through its 2030 Agenda.

The collaboration is part of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) promoted by the United Nations through its 2030 Agenda.
It includes joint programs and activities in three areas: the development of low-carbon aviation fuels, the production of electricity and renewable hydrogen to decarbonize Iberia’s vehicle fleet, and the ecological transition towards more sustainable facilities through new technologies based on artificial intelligence, among others.  
Repsol has for several years been immersed in a process of transformation and diversification of its businesses with the aim of leading the energy transition. It was the first company in its sector to set the goal of achieving zero net emissions by 2050.
Iberia is part of IAG, the first group to commit to achieving zero net emissions by 2050. In addition, a minimum of 10% of its flights will be using sustainable fuels by 2030.
This agreement reinforces the role of both companies as key players in the energy transition and sets a general framework for collaboration to advance towards achieving the global objectives of sustainable development.

Repsol CEO, Josu Jon Imaz, and Chairman of Iberia, Javier Sánchez-Prieto, signed an agreement that will develop ambitious joint programs and activities in three areas: the research and production of sustainable aviation fuels, capable of reducing their carbon footprint during their combustion on flights; the development of processes for the production and supply of electricity and renewable hydrogen that will decarbonize Iberia’s fleet of land vehicles; and the energy management of Iberia’s facilities through advanced systems (Energy Management System) and artificial intelligence, as well as self-consumption installations.

For Javier Sánchez-Prieto, Chairman of Iberia, “this agreement with Repsol is a strategic one, so Iberia can progress towards the commitment to sustainability that it has acquired. Our current sustainability strategy is based, above all, on achieving maximum efficiency in our operations, reducing the intensity of our customers’ emissions, and offering them an increasingly sustainable travel experience. The agreement with Repsol reinforces our future commitment to the research and development of sustainable aviation fuels, the ecological transition of our equipment at airports, and a more efficient management of our facilities.” 

04 June, 2021

Iberia Maintenance and DHL deepen their relationship

DHL Supply Chain Iberia and Iberia Maintenance announce the signing of a contract through which DHL will manage the internal logistics of spare parts and components for Iberia Maintenance at its La Muñoza hub in Madrid and also at the Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suarez and Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat airports.

In addition to this contract, DHL provides Iberia Maintenance with global distribution of these spare parts when the need arises at any of the customer airline's destinations around the world.

DHL will handle Iberia Maintenance's internal logistics for spare parts and components and shipment of parts and materials with worldwide coverage
The contract also includes the logistics of Iberia's IT and in-flight service warehouses
Iberia Maintenance has also overhauled and repaired of the RB-211 engines used by DHL Air UK and Blue Dart B757s, subsidiaries of DHL

Strengthening the relationship between Iberia and DHL

This contract with DHL also includes the logistics of Iberia's IT and aircraft supply warehouses, where a large part of the elements necessary for the in-flight service are managed. 

The new agreement also continues the solid relationship that Iberia and DHL have maintained for years, with Iberia Maintenance providing maintenance, repair and overhaul services for DHL's fleet of engines since 2008. Specifically, Iberia Maintenance has serviced more than 113 RB-211 engines used in the Boeing B757s of DHL's subsidiaries DHL Air UK and Blue Dart at its engine workshop in Madrid.

03 May, 2021

Iberia Maintenance strengthens its commercial strategy in its new organisation

Iberia Maintenance strengthens its commercial strategy in its new organisation

Andy Best, Iberia Chief Technical Officer, has appointed Paul Horstink as Commercial and Business Development Director
The future of Iberia's maintenance business will be consolidated on two pillars -Aircraft Services and Engine Services - with sustainability, innovation and high quality training as areas of focus.

This year, Iberia Maintenance faces the objective of gaining greater international projection of its business in all markets and, to achieve this, it has revamped its organisation, placing renewed emphasis on its commercial approach. 

Andy Best, Chief Technical Officer, will be responsible for implementing this development strategy while maintaining the focus on Iberia Maintenance's main values: fly safe, fly on time, fly low cost and continous improvement. Best stated "I look forward with confidence that under this Leadership team, supported by all our fantastic employees, we will ensure Iberia MRO delivers on its commitments to Iberia, IAG group and wider customers ensuring we are here for them now and into the future.”


08 April, 2021

IAG Cargo celebrates its 10-year anniversary

IAG Cargo marks its tenth anniversary, following a decade of expansion and innovation

The merger between British Airways World Cargo and Iberia Cargo offered customers a ‘one-stop’ shop – creating a truly global network through the carriers in the IAG group spanning five continents

With the integration of Vueling, Level and Aer Lingus the business has transported cargo on almost 1 million flights (950,000) to over 450 destinations

08 April 2021 – This month, IAG Cargo, the cargo division of International Airlines Group (IAG), celebrates its tenth anniversary – marking a decade of transporting vital shipments safely and efficiently for customers across the world.


IAG Cargo was created in 2011 following the merger of British Airways World Cargo and Iberia Cargo, bringing together two distinct brands focused on providing a quality services for their customers to unlock the full potential of their networks. Since then, IAG Cargo’s mission – to be ‘always moving’ – has led it to become one of the largest cargo operators in the world, serving key sectors of the global economy including ecommerce, tech, manufacturing, automotive, pharmaceutical and aerospace. 


In total, in the last decade it is estimated that IAG Cargo has served nearly 14,000 freight forwarders, operated 950,000 flights, transporting millions of tonnes of cargo and flown to over 450 destinations worldwide using 30 models of aircraft.  Today, the business is trusted by some of the world’s best known brands to transport their precious cargo, from ancient artefacts for The British Museum, endangered animals for BornFree, vaccine shipments for Biological E to airplane parts for Boeing.


07 April, 2021

Iberia becomes first airline to go live with IATA Travel Pass in Europe-Latin America routes

The leading Spanish airline and part of IAG, Iberia is working with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) on the development of the digital health passport known as the IATA Travel Pass, and it will be the first airline to launch it in Europe-Latin America routes, specifically in Uruguay, on its Madrid-Montevideo flights.

The IATA Travel Pass provides a consistent, predictable, and safe framework on a global basis with the dual aims of simplifying the travel experience and encouraging people to fly, while also streamlining the process of verifying the requisite health documents.


Uruguay is the country chosen for launching this application and Iberia customers flying to Montevideo will be the first to try it out.
IATA Travel Pass is a smartphone application that helps passengers to store, manage, and verify their Covid-19 test results, and soon vaccination certificates.
At the airport, they will enjoy a simpler and safer travel experience when they show the IATA Travel Pass, without any physical contact, and with the certainty that are in compliance with the health requisites of their country of destination.
Quironprevención with Recoletas Red Hospitalaria and the Health area of ARQUIMEA are the laboratories taking part in the IATA Travel Pass trial being conducted by Iberia.

23 March, 2021

A cheesy taste of the Canary Islands.

When you first think of the Canary Islands, I'd be happy to wager that your mind won't go directly to cheese, but these seven sun-drenched islands off the northwestern coast of Morocco not only consume a lot of cheese,  they also produce a large amount too.

Indeed,  the per capita consumption of cheese in the Canary Islands is the highest in all of Spain and each island home to at least one homegrown type of high-quality cheese. Some of these cheeses have received recognition around the world, including some of which have been granted their own “denominations of origin”.

Fuerteventura – Majorero Cheese

Majorero Cheese is made on the second largest island and was the first Canarian cheese to be awarded denomination of origin status back in 1996. It was also the first goat's cheese in the whole of Spain to be recognised. Majorero gets its name from the cabra majorera, one of the native goat species on the islands.  

The orangish rind dusted with black pepper or gofio -a kind of flour and the palm leaf imprint used to mould it make it highly recognisable. It has a mild flavour when fresh, but has a far more intense and slightly spicy when left to cure longer. At the Museum of Majorero Cheese, you can find out all about it as well as other aspects of island culture. 

18 March, 2021

40 Years Since Iberia’s First Airbus was Delivered

40 Years Since Iberia’s First Airbus was Delivered

On 18 March 1981 Iberia Captain Joaquin Reixa landed an Airbus A300 in Madrid. The aircraft, christened “Doñana”, was Iberia’s first Airbus, and it began a story that has lasted 40 years.

Because of their large capacity for both passengers and freight, the Spanish airline’s first Airbus A300s were used chiefly on routes to the Canary Islands. 

They were followed by the Airbus A320s which were used for short- and medium-haul flights in the 1990s. The decade also saw the entry into service of long-haul Airbus A340/300s and of the A340/600s, which joined the Iberia fleet starting in 1996.

The arrival of the Airbus A330 in 2013 coincided with Iberia’s great transformation. New Business and Economy cabins and the uses of twin-engined craft on long-haul flights brought a great leap forward in efficiency.

The incorporation of the technologically advanced Airbus A350s and A320neos represented another major stride for Iberia. The new aircraft were quieter, cleaner, and more comfortable for passengers.

26 February, 2021

Commercial revenues of €1,306 million  for IAG Cargo during 2020

Photo British Airways
                              The cargo division of the International Airlines Group,  IAG Cargo has released details of its 2020 performance today and reported positive commercial revenues of €1,306 million over the whole of last year. 
IAG is one of the world's largest airline groups with 533 aircraft as of 31st December 2020. It is the third-largest group in Europe and the sixth-largest in the world, based on revenue.   

Overall yields for IAG Cargo for 2020 were up 94.6 per cent on the same time last year at constant currency. Sold tonnes were down 34.9 per cent.   

Lynne Embleton, CEO at IAG Cargo, said:  "In 2020, the IAG Cargo team delivered exceptional results amid a  challenging economic and capacity environment.   

Our top priority was to maintain a broad network and product proposition for cargo customers despite the pandemic. Without a freighter fleet, we adapted our operations and quickly established a comprehensive network of scheduled cargo-only flying using the group’s passenger aircraft. We identified markets most in need of air cargo supply, where the demand could support the yields required to cover the costs of cargo-only-services.  

22 December, 2020

Iberia Maintenance selects Ramco Aviation for its technological transformation

Global Aviation software specialist Ramco Systems announced that it will implement its flagship aviation software, Ramco Aviation M&E MRO Suite for Iberia Maintenance (Iberia MRO), one of Europe’s leading MRO service providers in IAG Group.

Ramco Aviation Software will replace multiple systems to unify operations across Airframe Maintenance, Engine Shops, Component Shops & Supply Chain. In addition, Iberia Maintenance would also benefit from digital enablers such as Mobility via AnywhereApps, HUBs, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Dashboards and integration to ecosystem offerings powered by Ramco.

The technology transformation program will enable Iberia Maintenance to future-proof its business growth while offering simplified user experience driving better user adoption, increase process automation and self-service, among others. 

01 December, 2020

Iberia’s New Inflight Dining Service Features Seasonal Items and Freshly Prepared Dishes Exquisitely Presented

The Spanish airline Iberia is continuing to restore the services that ensure a great flying experience for its customers whilst ensuring maximum hygiene and safety. 

Iberia’s new catering provider DO&CO adheres to the strictest health and safety protocols in preparing meals to be served to the airline’s customers.

Freshly Made with Seasonal Ingredients 

In designing its new menu offerings, Iberia has focused on the tastiest dishes of Mediterranean cuisine, using local and seasonal products where possible. 

The new food service is also presented exquisitely, with new tableware and linen in all short, medium and long haul USA flights. This new equipment will be gradually implemented in the remaining destinations.

Short and Medium haul Flights 

In Business Class on short- and medium-haul routes, Iberia serves hot breakfasts, which may include an omelette served with salted spinach, or a Spanish-style omelette accompanied by fresh tomato concassé and roasted green peppers, or an omelette with avocado and red onion accompanied by oven-baked tomatoes. Freshly made butter croissants are also served alongside fresh seasonal fruit, a superfood bowl of craft yoghurt with seeds and berries plus coffee, tea and fruit juices. On longer flights, a plate of Spanish cheese and cold cuts is included.

06 November, 2020

Iberia converts first A330 into freighter

  • In November, the airline will operate until four weekly return Madrid-Los Angeles flights
  • The conversion has been made by Iberia MRO


The first A330 airliner that Iberia has converted into freighter has arrived in Los Angeles from Madrid. Until four weekly cargo flights between the two cities have been scheduled for this month.

In the early months of the Covid’19 pandemic, Iberia’s flight operations were almost exclusively confined to repatriation flights and flights carrying emergency medical supplies. This experience prepared Iberia to adapt to the new market situation and seize this opportunity.

Iberia’s sales chief María Jesús López Solás said “We’re expecting an increase in air freight demand in coming months and this in an opportunity we should try to seize.  Under today’s circumstances we must adapt better than ever to market demands, and this operation will help diversify our income streams while keeping our staff active.”

IAG Cargo, the cargo division of International Airlines Group (IAG), will service these flights. At the start of the pandemic IAG Cargo were quick to develop tailored solutions for its customers cargo needs, including cargo-only flying on passenger aircraft and establishing a new charter team. With a wide network, IAG Cargo offers its services on more than 500 aircraft, to more than 350 destinations.  


22 October, 2020

IAG cuts even more capacity for the rest of the year.....

IAG, the owner of British Airways is planning more stinging cuts to its winter schedule as  "high uncertainty of the current environment" remains.

IAG has seen revenues slump by 83% to €1.2 billion during the third quarter of this year, the same period last year, the group was raking in €7.3 billion in 2019.  Capacity shrank by 78.6%, while passenger numbers fell by 88%.  All of which has left the group reporting an operating loss of around €1.3 billion this quarter. 

Because of the falling demand, increased entry and quarantine conditions, the group has said that capacity for the rest of this year will be "no more than 30%" of the 2019 levels and that looks set to continue until we're well in to 2021.

IAG’s chief financial officer, Stephen Gunning, aid: "Recent overall bookings have not developed as previously expected due to additional measures implemented by many European governments in response to a second wave of Covid-19 infections, including an increase in local lockdowns and extension of quarantine requirements to travellers from an increasing number of countries.  At the same time, initiatives designed to replace quarantine periods and increase customer confidence to book and travel, such as pre-departure testing and air corridor arrangements, have not been adopted by governments as quickly as anticipated."

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Remotely Controlled Electric Ground Vehicles for Moving Iberia Aircraft at Madrid and Barcelona Airports

New silent tractors will each cut CO2 emissions by up to 23 tonnes while improving ramp safety and flight punctuality.

The first eight “green pushback” vehicles will enter service later this month in the Madrid and Barcelona airports.

Iberia Maintenance will also use the smoke-free vehicles in its hangars.

In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, Iberia and its handling and maintenance units continue to invest in innovation and sustainability, and once again they are pioneering users of the latest technology.

Iberia Airport Services handling unit has deployed new “green” pushback” tractors to move aircraft in the Madrid and Barcelona airports. The emissions-free electric vehicles are operated by remote control.

In late October, Iberia Airport Services will have eight of the new vehicles in Madrid and Barcelona, which are nearly silent, and each one will effectively cut annual CO2 emissions by some 23 tonnes. They operate more precisely than their predecessors, for greater safety on airport ramps and greater punctuality of flights by all client airlines at the two airports.

20 August, 2020

Iberia saying goodbye to the Airbus A340

Photo Iberia
At an airline like Iberia, with more than 90 years of history, saying goodbye to a model of aircraft is always a bittersweet experience. Bitter because we’ve been through a lot together and we always look back nostalgically on the good times we’ve had together, but sweet because it means a more modern fleet will take over to offer passengers a better flying experience, as is happening with the Airbus A350s that Iberia is bringing into service, a new generation that’s much more efficient, sustainable, and technologically advanced.

It was just over two weeks ago that an Iberia Airbus A340 made its last scheduled flight, when on 1 August the A340-600 christened Santiago Ramón y Cajal flew under captain Víctor Alegre from Quito to Madrid with nearly 300 passengers on board. It was a turning point we’d like to mark by looking back at some of the highlights of the A340’s history with us.

10 August, 2020

In August Iberia Group is Operating Scheduled Flights to 55 Cities in Spain and Europe

Prague and Berlin are added to the destinations served by direct flights
Flights are timed for easy connections at Madrid Airport’s T4
The company is offering a limited number of long-haul scheduled flights, repatriation flights, and cargo flights 

This August , Iberia Group is offering regular scheduled flights to a total of 55 destinations in Spain and the rest of Europe, including new direct services to Prague and Berlin.

As in July, long-haul flights are being operated to countries open to air traffic, including Uruguay, Costa Rica, Ecuador or the United States, among others. Iberia is also operating special repatriation and cargo flights to countries still closed to schedules traffic. All flights are subject to each country’s restrictions.

Iberia’s flights are all now timed to facilitate connections at the airline’s hub in T4 of Madrid Airport.

These flights represent only 27% of Iberia’s planned pre-Covid-19 flight schedule, up by nine percentage points from July, thanks to the new destinations and added frequencies to the Canary and Balearic Islands, Barcelona, and other tourist destinations.

In addition to these flights originating in Madrid, the Iberia Group is also operating point-to-point Iberia flights such as Munich-Minorca, San Sebastian-Palma, and San Sebastian-Malaga, while Iberia Express is flying from Asturias to Gran Canaria and Tenerife, and from Vigo to Tenerife. Iberia’s franchise partner Iberia Regional Air Nostrum is flying from Nice to Malaga, as well as flights from different mainland destinations to the Canary and Balearic Islands.