Iberia increases its offer to Latin America and the U.S. for summer 2022

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Iberia continues to boost its main long-haul markets in Latin America and the United States, with the aim of stimulating travel and boosting economic activity in the region. During the northern winter season, the airline increased its operations in Colombia and Mexico, launched its new route to the Maldives (MLE), and also announced new destinations to the United States for the summer of 2022.

Strengthening operations to Latin America

  • Mexico City (MEX)

Iberia’s most profitable route in the region will see an increase of five weekly flights over the current operation: between April and October, it will have 19 weekly flights, operated by Airbus A350-900.

  • Colombia

As of February 2022, Iberia will have two daily flights between Madrid (MAD) and Bogota (BOG) with Airbus A350-900, thereby exceeding the capacity offered prior to the pandemic. In addition, Iberia will resume operations to Cali (CLO) on December 2 and will resume operations during the northern winter season.

See also: Iberia increases its flights in Colombia with the  return to Cali and more frequencies to Bogota

  • Argentina

Depending on the month, the Spanish airline’s most emblematic market will have additional frequencies. From April to July it will schedule 12 weekly flights between Madrid (MAD) and Buenos Aires (EZE), which will increase to 14 during the month of August, and to 13 in September and October.

More flights and destinations to the US

During the 2022 summer season, Iberia will offer its largest selection of destinations to the United States with a total of nine: The lifting of travel restrictions has allowed the airline to significantly increase its operations to the country.

In the summer of 2022, New York (JFK) and Miami (MIA) will receive two daily flights, four additional operations on both routes compared to the winter offering.

From March through October, Chicago O’ Hare (ORD) increases from five to seven weekly flights, Boston (BOS) will go from three to six weekly operations increasing to one daily flight during the months of August and October, and from Los Angeles (LAX) flights increase from three to five weekly flights, rising to six in the month of August.

To complete its offer, two new destinations will be added to its network starting in April: Dallas / Fort Worth (DFW) and Washington Dulles (IAD), both with four weekly flights, and the recovery of San Francisco (SFO) with three weekly frequencies.

From April to August, Iberia will offer five weekly flights between Madrid (MAD) to San Juan de Puerto Rico (SJU), one more flight than the current offer.

Ver también: Iberia confirms flights to Dallas, San Francisco and Washington

Black Friday promotions

Accompanying the announcement of capacity increases are promotions on airline tickets. The Spanish airline has launched its Black Friday offer, with flights to Miami (MIA) from 141 euros each way, to Chicago (ORD) from 150 euros, or New York (JFK) from 154 euros.

And in Latin America flights to Mexico from 230 euros each way, to Bogota (BOG) from 255 euros to Panama from 265 euros, Havana (HAV) from 279 euros, and Buenos Aires (EZE) from 290 (EZE).

These promotions are all valid until November 30 and to fly from January 11, 2022, to June 9, 2022, with the exception of some famous dates such as Easter.

«This year’s campaign is extremely important to build bookings for the first few months of 2022. We have offers for all our destinations and, very especially, for all those to which you can already fly without restrictions from Spain» said Miguel Henales, Iberia’s Director of Digital Business and Direct Sales.

Rainer Nieves Dolande
Estudiante de Ingeniería Civil - Aeronave favorita: Boeing 777-300ER - Aficionado a la aviación comercial

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