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October 19. 2021 – Iberia now flies to New York, Miami, Chicago, Boston and Los Angeles

The airline has launched an offer to travel to these destinations from 111 euros each way.

Iberia is betting on reactivating connections and, for the winter season that begins on October 31, it has scheduled 70 weekly flights between Spain and the United States, to the same destinations it operated before. from the start of the pandemic throughout the year.

Specifically, the airline will offer 10 weekly flights to New York and another 10 to Miami in each direction; Chicago will have five flights a week, and Boston and Los Angeles with three other weekly frequencies. The offer is completed with four weekly flights to San Juan de Puerto Rico, a destination that is also part of the joint business agreement for routes between Europe and the North Atlantic that Iberia maintains together with American Airlines, British Airways and Finnair.

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