Les relations entre l’Espagne et l’Amérique latine font d’Iberia le transporteur phare vers cette région.© Iberia The relationship between Spain and Latin America makes Iberia the leading carrier to this region.© Iberia

Iberia is accelerating its return to the Americas, especially Latin America, a region in which the carrier has a leading role from Europe. Iberia is the most important European airline to this part of the world, with services to 17 countries.

On 2 December, the Spanish company resumed its route from Madrid to Cali (Colombia). The most important city in southern Colombia now has three flights a week. At the same time, Iberia will add a second daily flight between Madrid and Bogota from 19 February.

Also in Latin America, from April Iberia will offer 12 weekly flights to Buenos Aires – instead of the current 8. During the summer peak, the Spanish carrier will even land twice a day in the Argentine capital. To Mexico City, Iberia will offer five additional weekly flights between April and October, which will mean 19 flights a week from Madrid. Finally, from April onwards, the carrier will add a weekly frequency to San Juan de Puerto Rico from Madrid, for a total of five flights a week.

Openings in Dallas and San Francisco

North America will also benefit from an increase in frequencies by the Spanish airline. From April, Iberia will offer 14 flights a week to New York instead of the current 10. To Boston, the number of flights will increase from 3 to 6 per week during the same month, to Chicago from 5 to 7 flights/week, to Los Angeles from 3 to 6 flights. Finally, Miami will be reduced from 10 weekly flights to two daily flights.

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Next April, Iberia will inaugurate two new routes to Dallas and Washington DC. Each destination will receive an Iberia aircraft four times a week. At the same time, the company plans to resume its services to San Francisco from Madrid with three flights per week.