Iberia is resuming its flights from San Francisco to Madrid from today (12 April) and until 4 October and will three times a week from its Spanish hub utilising an Airbus A330-200.
Iberia will offer 12 per cent more seats on the San Francisco-Madrid route in 2019 than the year before.
Customers flying from San Francisco will be able to continue their trip via Madrid to 25 destinations in Spain, such as Alicante, Asturias, Bilbao, Gran Canaria, Majorca, Santander or Valencia; 41 cities in Europe, as well as to five destinations in Africa and in the Middle East.
Iberia offers currently 104 weekly flights from Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco and San Juan de Puerto Rico to Madrid.
Together with American Airlines, British Airways and Finnair, the Spanish airline is part of a joint business agreement on routes between Europe and North America offering customers 130 transatlantic flights a day.