The company will operate 17 direct return flights per week between Madrid and the Argentine capital.
Madrid – Iberia has added three new Madrid-Buenos Aires return flights each week, representing an increase of 1,500 seats, or 16%.
The new flights raise the weekly total to 17, consisting of three direct flights each day on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, and two daily flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays.
Iberia is the airline that offers more flights and better connections between Europe and Buenos Aires. Its flight schedule makes possible the smoothest connections via Madrid from / to other 38 European cities, 10 destinations in Africa and the Middle East, as well as other 36 Spanish airports of the airline’s network.
Iberia has been flying to the Argentine capital since October, 1946. Today the airline operates 17 flights per week, using Airbus A-340/300s and A-340/600s, with 254 and 352 seats, respectively.
In January Iberia increased its frequencies to a Lima, Peru, to 10 return flights per week, raising seat capacity by nearly 40%.
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