Of the 53 flights, 18 will be charter and 35 regular, including reinforcement operations to the normal operation of a weekend. For the return on Sunday, in addition to the seven regular flights operated by Iberia and Iberia Express, four reinforcement operations are scheduled
Flight crews and ground staff will wear the new uniforms in an enviably international showcase: the nearly 140 destinations in 43 countries to which Iberia flies. In June, the flight and airport staff will be the first to sport the new uniform, to be followed by their colleagues around the world
International Airlines Group (IAG) has reached agreement with Boeing to order 25 737-8200 and 25 737-10 aircraft, plus 100 options.
IAG, parent company of Aer Lingus, British Airways and Iberia, reports that the easing of Covid controls has improved demand in the first quarter, especially from premium travel. Strong customer demand is expected to drive profitability from the second quarter onwards.
International Airlines Group has reported a statutory operating loss of €2.8 billion for 2021. While still in the red, the figure is a marked improvement on the €7.5 billion lost in 2020.
Spanish carrier Iberia will launch new flights from Madrid to Washington DC and Dallas, Texas, from June 1st. The carrier will also resume a service from Madrid to San Francisco for the summer season.
The app verifies that the sworn statement and the Covid-19 negative test certificate required by US health authorities meet their standards.
The agreement will enhance connectivity between the two airlines’ complementary networks and will offer additional travel options to customers from around the world.
Sánchez-Prieto has served as strategic planning and finance manager at Iberia during the period in which the company returned to profitability following several years of losses.
Iberia Group is offering regular scheduled flights to a total of 55 destinations in Spain and the rest of Europe this month, including new direct services to Prague and Berlin.
The move follows the decision by Willie Walsh to step down as chief executive of International Airlines Group and the subsequent promotion of outgoing Iberia chief, Luis Gallego, to lead the body.