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✔️ Where does Iberia fly to?

Iberia timetable covers routes from many popular cities. To check the availability of the connections, use eSky search engine.

✔️ When can you buy the cheapest tickets for Iberia flight?

It is best to buy tickets for Iberia flight well ahead of time.

✔️ What airlines operate similar routes?

To the cities, to which run Iberia flights, run also other airlines, and you can find them in eSky search engine.

✔️ Can I book a hotel together with Iberia flight?

By using eSky search engine you can book a hotel together with the flight under the Flight+Hotel package. Thanks to this your travel will not only be comfortable, but you will also save money thanks to the package discounts.

Get to know more about Iberia


Iberia airline is the flag carrier of Spain. It was found on 28 June 1927 on the initiative of businessman Horacio Echeberriet, with the liaison with trustees of the German airline Lufthansa. In the first years of operation, it was known as Compania Aerea de Transportes, and it served mainly postal flights between Madrid and Barcelona. Then it started to operate domestic flights, and in 1946 – international flights. Then Spanish carrier organized its first intercontinental flight between Madrid and Buenos Aires using the Douglas DC-4 plane, being the first civil carrier in history offering regular flights from Europe to South America. Partly privatized in 2001, Iberia is now the monopolist regarding connections from our continent to Latin America. The largest airlines of Spain are the fourth largest in Europe and at the Madrid-Barajas airport, they have its own terminal.

Iberia has been a member of the OneWorld alliance since 1999 and has introduced an electronic ticket as one of the first carriers. In 2001, together with Lufthansa, SAS, and Air France, Spanish airlines Iberia set up Amadeus –the computer ticket sales system, and in 2011 they merged with British Airways, resulting in founding the International Airlines Group holding.

Iberia's connection map is very extensive, the carrier serves more than 100 airports in 39 countries around the world, on all continents except Australia, and at another 90 airports, it lands thank to share code agreements with 20 other carriers.


In Iberia airlines, you can take hand luggage onboard. Its dimensions and weight are set by the airline and may change depending on the reservation class or the route. Checked luggage in Iberia should also have given dimensions and weight, again it depends on the reservation class and the route.

Reservation classes

Iberia airline offers its passengers the following travel classes: Business, Business Club, Business Plus, Premium Economy and Economy.

Business Class is available on the domestic and European flights. It guarantees priority service at the airport and onboard, priority in the luggage transport and access to the lounge. 
Business Club can be chosen on the flights to Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Israel, Nigeria, and Russia. Here the seats are located in the dedicated cabin, and they are wider, have more space between the seats, are equipped with footrests.

Business Plus is the most luxurious one, being available only on long-distance flights to America and South Africa. Seats can be transformed into a flat bed, and its passengers get amenities as the Business class.

Online check-in

Can be made maximum up to one hour prior to the take-off time.


Iberia’s fleet consists of 76 Airbus planes including A319-100, A320-200, A321-200, A330-300, A340-300, A340-600.

Madrid-Barajas airport

Madrid-Bajaras international airport is located 13 kilometres north-east of the Spanish capital city centre. It is the biggest airport in the country with Terminal 4 being one of the biggest terminals in the world. At the airport, there are numerous bars, restaurants, cafes, shops. You can also find the five car rental companies. Wi-Fi internet access is available everywhere, with first 30 minutes free of charge.


Meals, snacks, alcohol and non-alcohol drinks are served free of charge to Business class passengers. In Economy class, the service is paid.

Additional services

Iberia passengers may become members of the Iberia Plus loyalty programme. Collected points can be cashed in for free flights, discounted tickets, stay at the hotel or car rental. Entertainment system onboard features films in Spanish, English, French, Italian, German and Portuguese, as well as access to TV series, sports programmes, music, and games. In the new long-haul aircraft, a Wi-Fi and GSM roaming is offered free of charge to stay connected by satellite with your device.