Iberia (airline)

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Iberia aeroplanes at Madrid Barajas Airport.

Iberia (Spanish: Iberia Líneas Aéreas) is the biggest and most important airline of Spain. It is based in the Spanish capital city Madrid. It also operates many flights from Barcelona. Iberia also operates a smaller airline called Air Nostrum. That airline operates very short, so called 'regional' flights using the Iberia logo and colour scheme. It is also a member of Oneworld airline alliance.

Fleet[change | change source]

Iberia has a fairly large fleet, all of which are Airbus planes:

Destinations[change | change source]

Iberia flies to 46 countries in 5 continents. Most of their flights though are either to Europe or Spanish speaking countries in South America.