Spanish carrier Iberia is preparing to scale up its network from the 1st July, with airline flying short to medium-haul services.
The airline so far has maintained a minimum level of air connectivity connecting Madrid with the Spanish Islands (the Canary Islands and the Balearic), Barcelona, Bilbao, Asturias, Vigo, La Coruña, London and Paris.
This will change from the 1st July, which will bring Iberia, Iberia Express, and Iberia Regional back on-stream, with the combined operation operating to at least 40 and 53 destinations, with a total of at 194 return flights per week scheduled in July, and 359 in August.
This represents 21% of the airlines normal capacity, which can scale to 35% if demand requires it.
The following destinations will be back in action:
Spanish Domestic Routes
- La Coruña
- San Sebastian
- Tenerife North
- Tenerife South
- Gran Canaria
- La Palma
Europe And Africa
Commencing in July
- Senegal in Africa
Commencing in August
- Marrakesh in Morroco
Iberia will be able to accept a voucher that you’ve saved if you opted for that instead of cash. In addition, Iberia will charge no penalty for changing tickets that are purchased until 30 June for flights taking place until 31 December.
Customers deciding to postpone travel will be able to change the date of travel once without penalty, just paying the fare difference, if any.
In addition, customers holding tickets bought previously for flights due to take place up to 31 August of this year are free to change the date without penalty or to exchange them for flight vouchers valid until 30 December 2021.
And it goes without saying…
You’ll need a face mask to fly. Iberia has published its safety measures at https://www.iberia.com/es/en/covid-19/measures-taken/, which if you intend to take to the air is required reading.
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