Iberia and Qatar Airways have extended the codeshare agreement they signed in 2017, enabling their customers to travel to more destinations, with more flight options and better connections.
Iberia passengers will now be able to travel to 18 destinations in Africa, Asia, and Australia, via Doha.
Among these cities are 14 new destinations: Addis Ababa in Ethiopia, Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore in Pakistan, Male in the Maldives, Hong Kong in China, Phuket in Thailand, Jakarta and Denpasar in Indonesia, Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, Phnom Penh in Cambodia, along with Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth in Australia, which join Doha, already included in the agreement both airlines signed last year.
Qatar Airways, which has offered flights operated by Iberia under code sharing to 28 destinations in Spain and Portugal since March, 2017, can now sell flights under its code on the Spanish carrier’s routes to Bogota, Medellin, Montevideo, Panama City, Rio de Janeiro and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic
Iberia and Qatar Airways are members of oneworld, which the Qatari airline joined in October, 2013.
Members of Iberia Plus and Qatar Airways Privilege Club can earn, as well as, redeem Avios and QMiles when they fly with either carrier.
With the extension of the code-sharing agreement, cardholders of both loyalty programmes will have more options for enjoying these benefits.
Qatar Airways, the national carrier of the state of Qatar, is celebrating more than 20 years of Going Places Together with travellers across its more than 150 business and leisure destinations.