August 15, 2022 – Iberia flights to Mexico – 3 daily flights
Iberia is finalising its 2022-2023 winter programme -from 30 October to 25 March 2023- and continues to work on resuming its entire network of flights and destinations.
For this winter, the airline scheduled the same capacity that it offered before the pandemic, thanks, above all, to the relaunch of its last remaining routes in Latin America (Rio de Janeiro and Caracas), to its commitment to the US market and to a greater deployment of flights in its short- and medium-haul network.
In Mexico, Iberia will recover 100% of its pre-pandemic capacity and will add four weekly frequencies to its current offer, bringing it up to 21 weekly frequencies, which represents more than 300,000 seats.
With three daily flights, Mexico City will be the metropolis with the most frequencies of all the Spanish airline’s destinations, showing its firm commitment to this strategic market and reinforcing its leadership in Latin America.
The flight schedules will be:
In Mexico, thanks to the recent codeshare agreement with the Mexican company Viva Aerobus, Iberia expanded its network of connections within the country to 19 other cities including Guadalajara, Cancún, Monterrey, Veracruz, Mérida, Tampico, Puerto Vallarta, Los Cabos, Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Tijuana, Hermosillo, Oaxaca, Huatulco, Torreón, Puerto Escondido, Ciudad Juárez, La Paz, Chetumal and Mazatlán.
More information about the codeshare agreement : https://grupo.iberia.es/news/04082022/iberia-y-viva-aerobus-firman-alianza-para-que-los-pasajeros-de-la-aerolnea-espaola-conecten -with-the-network-of-domestic-flights-of-la-mexicana-viva
Greater Connectivity with More than 100 Destinations in Europe
The increase in flights between Spain and Mexico will contribute to the flow of travellers and will improve connectivity on both sides of the Atlantic.
In its winter programme, Iberia will increase its routes in Spain and Europe, which will also enable passengers to connect with more than a hundred European cities.
For example, in Europe it will expand its services in several cities such as Milan, Rome, Lisbon, Brussels, Bordeaux and Geneva, and it will continue with its commitment to Funchal and Madeira, perfect destinations throughout the year.
In Spain, Iberia, Iberia Express and Iberia Regional/Air Nostrum will offer a flight programme focused on business traffic and on the Balearic and Canary Islands. In the winter season, Iberia will resume all its Madrid-Barcelona Air Shuttle flights, with 87 weekly frequencies and up to 15 daily flights in each direction.
On Board the Most Advanced Aircraft on the Market, the Airbus A-350
Since June 2020, Iberia has been operating this route with state-of-the-art Airbus A-350/900 aircraft, providing its passengers with all the features and improvements offered by the quietest aircraft on the market -equipped with two Rolls-Royce Trent XWB engines– and 35% greater fuel consumption efficiency.
With 348 seats –31 in Business class, 24 in Premium Economy and 293 in Economy– this aircraft model boasts high-speed Wi-Fi, panoramic windows, wider aisles and higher ceilings, conferring a greater sense of space, and an air-renewal system that improves the humidity levels on board by 11 to 16%.
Renewed In-Flight Experience
Each passenger is unique, and each trip is different, which is why in 2022 Iberia continues to work to offer its clients a personalised experience that anticipates their needs, offering new features and self-management options.
In June, the airline introduced its new in-flight meals by the DO & CO catering service, always with a firm commitment to sustainability and digitisation.
Iberia’s new digital concierge, available on its website, allows passengers to check out their flight’s meal options before travelling and once they are on board.
Another new service is free messaging throughout their flight for members of the Iberia Plus loyalty programme and those travelling in the Business Cabin.
Iberia flights to Mexico:
Additionally, the airline debuted its new uniforms, designed by Teresa Helbig, continuing with its support of Spanish talent. The Catalan designer is the first woman to collaborate with the airline, joining the ranks of great names who have designed Iberia’s uniforms, such as Manuel Pertegaz, Elio Berhanyer and Adolfo Domínguez, among others
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