In the winter season that begins on 31 October, Iberia is expecting the continued recovery of passenger traffic, while contributing to it with promotional fares, and adding destinations and flight frequencies.
After its summer success, Iberia’s new Maldives Islands destination will be maintained throught the winter, with two direct return flights per week from December through February.
In December-March the airline will fly three times per week to Cali, Colombia, which was a popular destination this summer.
Domestic air travel in Spain is showing a strong recovery in general, and flight frequencies to all destinations are being increased.
In September Iberia raised capacity by 32% on its Madrid-Barcelona shuttle service, the Puente Aéreo (“Air Bridge”). Further increases this winter will take it to 69 flights per week, or up to 11 daily return flights.
The airline is also increasing frequencies this winter to up to five flights per week from Madrid to La Coruña, Bilbao, and Vigo, while it will fly twice daily to San Sebastián and to Santander, and make up to three daily flights to Asturias.
To attract and accommodate business travellers. Iberia is increasing connectivity to key European cities, facilitating same-day return flights.
This winter Iberia will operate up to seven flights per day from Madrid to Paris, including both Orly and Charles de Gaulle airports.
It is now flying five times a week to London, while increasing frequencies to Lisbon, Oporto, Frankfurt, Brussels, Geneva, Milan, Rome, Zurich, Düsseldorf, Munich, Venice, Lyon, and Marseilles, with up to three daily flights.