Iberia offers two daily flights between Spain and Mexico
Iberia announced Tuesday that it will begin offering two daily flights between Spain and Mexico in September. Mexico is one of the countries with no sanitary entry restrictions and Spain allows vaccinated travelers to enter. This makes it a popular destination. It is also the most profitable, as it only competes with Aeromexico.
Iberia has always had a strong commitment to this vital market. The number of frequencies is gradually rising as demand grows. It grew from a daily flight in December 2020 to 12 frequencies this summer. Iberia will offer 14 weekly flights beginning in September, reaffirming its commitment to this market.
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The expanded service intends to boost the flow of tourists and tourism on both sides of the Atlantic, as well as improve connectivity between Mexico and the more than 90 European locations Iberia serves.
Furthermore, thanks to a distribution deal with Aeromexico, Iberia is expanding its network of links within Mexico. It is adding 40 more cities, including Monterrey, Cancun, Guadalajara, Acapulco, and San Luis Potosi.
This rise in flights matches up with a pricing promotion, with rates beginning at 208 euros one way. Flights from Madrid to Mexico City depart at 13:20 and 23:55, respectively, and return at 12:10 and 20:05.
Our commitment is also strengthened by operating this route with the most advanced and quietest aircraft on the market, the Airbus A-350/900, whose fleet we make available to customers in order to provide them with the best product we have.
So said Victor Moneo, director of LATAM Sales and Institutional Agreements.