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Iberia and Qatar Airways expand codeshare partnership

Iberia and Qatar Airways expand codeshare partnership

20 March 2018 Airline News

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 launces new flights to Managua, Nicaragua

Iberia launces new flights to Managua, Nicaragua

2 February 2018 Airline News Tourism News

The new Iberia flight will be the sole direct link between Europe and Nicaragua, which is becoming a popular adventure and cultural tourist destination, offering great beaches for sun and surfing, climbing in the country’s volcanoes and hills, as well as charming colonial cities like Granada, founded in 1524.

Iberia rolls out Premium Economy on Boston flights

Iberia rolls out Premium Economy on Boston flights

17 August 2017 Airline News

Iberia’s new Premium Economy class will be available on the airline’s flights between Madrid and Boston from this month. The new cabin is already available on flights between Madrid and Chicago, New York, Miami, Mexico City, as well as Bogota.

Iberia places order for 20 Airbus A320neo aircraft

Iberia places order for 20 Airbus A320neo aircraft

28 June 2017 Airline News

Iberia chairman Luis Gallego has disclosed that the Spanish airline has made a firm order to acquire 20 new Airbus A320neo aircraft to modernise its short- and medium-haul fleet. The aircraft will be delivered from the first half of 2018 through 2021.

Iberia unveils new Premium Economy cabin

Iberia unveils new Premium Economy cabin

21 April 2017 Airline News

Iberia has presented its first Airbus A340/600 fitted with its new Premium Economy seating section to travel agencies, major companies, and the media. Iberia Maintenance will install the new seats on the aircraft already in Iberia’s fleet at its Madrid hangars, while the A350s the airline has on order will come factory-equipped with the new seating section.