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Iberia Airlines

Iberia Líneas Aéreas de España, S.A. is the flag carrier airline of Spain. Based in Madrid, they operate domestic and international flight deals from its main bases at Madrid-Barajas Airport and Barcelona El Prat Airport. Stateside, Iberia operates out of New York (JFK), Chicago O'Hare and Miami to Europe via its hub in Madrid Barajas Airport. A member of the oneworld airline alliance, Iberia also offers service from 21 additional US cities on codeshare with American Airlines, with connecting service to over 50 destinations in Europe and destinations in Africa and the Middle East. Iberia Airlines is due to merge with British Airways. The merger between the two carriers will create the world's third-largest airline in terms of revenue. The newly merged company will be known as International Airlines Group, although both airlines will continue to operate under their current brands. Get your international flight deals on Iberia on

Number of Airplanes :

Average Age of Fleet :
8 Years

Home City :

Hub :
Barajas Intl. Arpt.
Barcelona Intl. Arpt.

One World Alliance Members: American Airlines, American Eagle, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Dragonair, Finnair, Iberia, Japan Airlines, LAN Airlines, Malév, Mexicana, Qantas, Air Pacific, Royal Jordanian.

Awards Information:
Awards Information not avaliable for this Airline

Frequent Flyer Program :
Iberia Plus

Frequent Flyer Partners :
LAN Argentina (4M)
American Airlines (AA)
American Connection (AX)
Finnair (AY)
British Airways (BA)
Cathay Pacific (CX)
Japan Asia Airways (EG)
Inter Air Direct (JC)
Japan Airlines (JL)
JALways (JO)
Korean Air (KE)
LAN Airlines (LA)
LAN Peru (LP)
Lacsa (LR)
Malev Hungarian Airlines (MA)
Mexicana (MX)
Binter Canarias (NT)
Japan Transocean Air Co (NU)
Qantas Airways (QF)
Royal Jordanian (RJ)
Taca Intl Airlines (TA)
LAN Ecuador (XL)



Iberia Review and Ratings

One Review for Iberia

  1. Don

    On March 3, 2010, I purchased two tickets for a September 2010 trip to Paris via Madrid and returning from Rome via Madrid. I paid $906.79 per ticket ($1,813.58 total)

    A few weeks later I called to request seats. On the flight from Miami to Madrid, we received seats 16A and 16C which are together. On May 5, 2010 I received an e-mail from Iberia with our itinerary. For the outbound flight from Miami to Madrid, it stated “Seats 16A/16C confirmed. Reservation confirmed – Q economy”.

    At the airport, when I asked the Iberia clerk whether we could get better seats, he replied we were sitting separately in seats further back than row 16. He proceeded to place us in 49H and 50H which were near to each other. These were in the last two rows and next to the lavatory. This was an overnight flight but we could not sleep due to the frequent flushing noise coming from the lavatory.

    Iberia broke its contract. It promised us certain seats but did not fulfill its obligation. If I had known Iberia would not honor the contract, I would have purchased tickets from another airline. Alternatively, Iberia engages in “bait and switch” tactics; it promises one thing but substitutes an inferior product.

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