Iberia is the largest Spanish airline and operates predominantly from the Madrid-Barajas airport where they also manage their two subsidiaries: Air Nostrum & Iberia Express. Iberia Express operates short and medium-haul flights from the main hub in Madrid and serves as the company’s low-cost brand. The Spanish carrier flies to over 100 destinations across 39 countries and an additional 90 routes through partnerships using so-called “code-sharing”.
In 2010, the Spanish airline entered into an agreement with Irish Airlingus and British Airways as part of International Airlines, making this the third largest airline in the world as a result of this fusion. However, all three organizations have maintained their respective brands and identity in the air transportation market.
The airline has decided to offer a broad spectrum of different classes and flight experiences. The fleet consists mainly of Airbus, with A319-100s A320-200s with planned upgrades to the Airbus A350 throughout 2018. If you want to feel the Spanish heat as you settle in for your next adventure or business trips, TravelTalk is here to help – find Iberia tickets here.