Iberia is to resume scheduled long-haul passenger flights from its hub at Madrid Barajas international airport in July.
Iberia will fly from Madrid to Chicago O’Hare, Havana, Miami, Montevideo, New York JFK, Panama City, San Jose Costa Rica, Santiago, Santo Domingo and Quito.
Frequencies will be very limited with most flights operating 1 -2 days a week. Outbound flights from Madrid will resume as follows:
Chicago O’Hare – One flight a week from Friday 3 July
Havana – One flight a week from Wednesday 1 July
Miami – Two flights a week on Wednesday and Sunday from 1 July
Montevido – One flight a week from Sunday 5 July
New York JFK – Two flights a week on Sunday and Tuesday from 4 July
Panama City – One flight a week from Thursday 2 July
Santiago – Two flights a week on Tuesday and Saturday from 4 July
Santo Domingo – Three flights a week on Monday, Thursday and Saturday from 2 July
San Jose, Costa Rica – One flight a week from Friday 3 July
Quito – Three flights a week on Monday, Thursday and Sunday from 2 July
Connections to Madrid from London Heathrow are available on either BA or Iberia, with BA currently operating an early morning departure from London Heathrow and Madrid an evening departure to connect Iberia’s night-time departures.
Flights to Buenos Aires, Bogota, Lima, Mexico City are expected to operate in July as cargo-only services. Flights to Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo remain suspended entirely.
As with all airline schedules at present, these are subject to change at very short notice. Passengers are subject to entry restrictions. The latest guidance for UK passengers is available from the Foreign Office.
On an Iberia related note, the airline has confirmed to Reuters it plans to retire all of its remaining Airbus A340 aircraft by the end of this year.