Iberia has confirmed it will raise its capacity on the Madrid-Lima route in July and August, with three additional flights each week.
The extra flights on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays will operate at night, facilitating connections at both ends.
The three extra flights will operate with 288-seat Airbus A30-200s, which will offer more than 15,500 additional seats in the two summer months.
The Airbus A330-200 is Iberia’s newest aircraft, joining the fleet within the past year.
In addition to more comfortable seats in business and economy, and touch screens for entertainment in both, the new planes have KU-band Wi-Fi with fast download speeds to allow passengers to access their email and social networks.
Iberia is the leading carrier on routes between Europe and Latin America and it flies to 123 destinations in 48 countries in Europe, the Americas, Africa, Middle East and Asia.