Both airlines have now achieved IATA NDC Level 4 Certification, which recognises that both airlines use ‘Full Offer’ and ‘Order Management’ messages with complex servicing, compliant with the industry standard NDC message schema.
Air Europa is one of the leading private airlines in Spain, operating scheduled domestic and international flights to 69 destinations, including European and long-haul routes to Latin America, the United States of America, the Caribbean and North Africa.
China and Spain are better connected by air as of now, thanks to the new codeshare agreement between Iberia and Hainan Airlines. Iberia customers can now fly direct from Madrid to Shenzhen on a flight operated by Hainan.
The Competition & Markets Authority has launched a competition investigation into the Atlantic Joint Business Agreement between American Airlines, British Airways, Iberia, and Finnair.
Iberia has announced it will offer its new premium economy class on flights to Havana and Johannesburg, while boosting capacity on Madrid-Lima and Madrid-São Paulo routes.
Starting with this year’s winter season, Iberia is boosting its services to Latin America with three additional weekly flights to both Buenos Aires and Mexico City.
Iberia has taken delivery of its first A350 XWB plane from Airbus, becoming the 18th airline to operate the world’s newest twin engine widebody.
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.
Iberia has completely refurbished its Velázquez Lounge at Madrid airport terminal four, where its hub is based.
The restructuring efforts undertaken by Iberia in recent years, under what the carrier terms Plan de Futuro, are now yielding their fruits. In the latest sign of development, the Spanish airline is beginning to launch new routes and reinforce its network.
Flight Centre Travel Group, including its flagship global corporate travel division FCM Travel Solutions, has reached a multi-year agreement with British Airways and Iberia meaning customers in the UK and Ireland will be exempt from the airlines’ new £8 surcharge per fare component on GDS bookings.