Iberia boosts long-distance flights for summer 2022, from Latin America to the US
Iberia is back to speed up its long-haul flights, in light of the summer of 2022 and having already increased its commitment to the network with the winter start-up. The Spanish airline reported “significant increases” to various destinations of its long-haul network, as well as route restoration to San Francisco and debuts in Dallas and Washington (Iberia will maintain the Maldives route throughout the winter).
The protagonist, first and foremost, is Latin America: Mexico will see one of the most significant investments with five additional flights per week, with a total of 19 flights per week in each direction from April to October. Colombia, one of the countries that recently lifted restrictions on flights from Spain, will operate two daily flights between Madrid and Bogota from February 2022, exceeding the capacity it was providing before the pandemic. Additionally, flights to Cali will resume on December 2. Argentina will be provided with up to four additional weekly flights, depending on the month: From April to July, Iberia has scheduled 12 weekly flights between Madrid and Buenos Aires, which will increase to 14 during August, and 13 in September and October..
On the US front, the Iberian summer will count more flights and new destinations: New York will have 14 weekly flights, four more than the current ones; There will also be two daily flights to Miami, four more than this winter.
From March to October, Chicago will also increase five to seven flights a week, Boston will increase its three to six flights a week, which will become a daily flight in August and October, and Los Angeles will increase its flights from three to five weekly flights, which will become you in August.
Starting in April 2022, the new destinations Dallas and Washington will launch and San Francisco will also be restored. Dallas and Washington will serve four weekly flights and three flights to San Francisco. From April to August, the company will also offer five weekly flights between Madrid and San Juan de Puerto Rico, one more than the current ones.
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