Iberia has confirmed that it will be increasing the number of flights that it offers on its route between Madrid and Dallas and that it has now followed in the footsteps of British Airways by moving its New York JFK operations into Terminal 8 alongside American Airlines.
Back in November, Iberia announced that it had plans to launch two new routes between Madrid and the United States from April 2022. The new routes were to serve Dallas and Washington D.C. but at the time of the original announcement no schedule information was provided and no firm start dates were offered up either. Today, that changed.
With the ban on travelers originating in the Schengen Area now lifted, Iberia has announced that it will launch two new routes to the United States from April 2022 and confirmed that its route between Madrid and San Francisco will be returning at the same time.
Iberia is currently offering some excellent Business Class fares for travel between Madrid and various cities in the United States for travel into 2022, but while those deals may be impressive, a new offer recently announced by Iberia just made those deals nothing short of amazing.
Iberia has announced the introduction of a new Economy Class fare which offers customers a little more flexibility and a few more benefits than the airline's standard Economy Class fares. The new 'Comfort' fares are available on all the routes that Iberia offers but they're restricted to bookings on Iberia-operated flights only.
Iberia has now announced that it's restoring its Business Class meal offerings on all short-, medium-, and long-haul flights and that this restoration will include the kind of service that passengers had come to expect before Covid.
As someone who books the majority of his flights on oneworld airlines, I take more than a passing interest in the announcements that emanate from the likes of BA, Qatar Airways, Cathay Pacific, JAL, etc... and a recent press release by Iberia caught my eye.
Great Business Class fares between Europe and the US aren't all that hard to find if you're flexible with your dates but it's not often that we get fantastic deals that don't require a stopover...but that's exactly what we have here.
Iberia currently flys its Airbus A330-200 between Madrid and Rio de Janeiro and a combination of an incredibly generous Iberia promotion from last year and near-perfect reward flight availability (for me) saw me book a roundtrip Business Class fare on this route for just 85,000 Avios + taxes.
American Airlines and Iberia are both currently offering a very good Business Class fare for travel between New York JFK and Malaga in Spain for travel from August this year. The fare is easy to find, easy to book and, if you don't particularly want to visit Malaga, I'll show you how this fare can still be useful.