Iberia Announces Northern Winter Schedule to Latin America and Confirms Return of Rio de Janeiro and Caracas

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Iberia has announced its 2022/2023 boreal winter schedule, which begins on October 30 and ends on March 25, 2023. The company continues to expand its network of destinations and flights, this winter have scheduled the same capacity that offered the same prior to the COVID-19 crisis with the relaunch of South American routes and a greater commitment to Venezuela.

Return to Venezuela and Rio de Janeiro

Iberia continues to restore its network of destinations with the return of non-stop flights to Rio de Janeiro (GIG) and Caracas (CCS), the latter the company offered special commercial operations during the first half of this year, both routes will have a schedule of three weekly flights.

Flight Itinerary between Madrid (MAD) and Rio de Janeiro (GIG)

    Flight IB 6025 MAD 12:05 – GIG 18:55 Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.

    Flight IB 6024 GIG 20:20 – MAD 10:30+1 Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.

Flight itinerary between Madrid (MAD) and Caracas (CCS)

    Flight IB 6673 MAD 11:55 – CCS 16:20 Tuesday, Friday and Sunday.

    Flight IB 6674 CCS 18:20 – MAD 08:00+1 Tuesday, Friday and Sunday.

Increases in Central America, Caribbean and Mexico Consolidation

According to data obtained by Aviacionline through Cirium, for this winter Iberia will have an offer of 13,536 seats per week in Central America in 47 air operations: Panama – Tocumen (PTY) will have six weekly flights, San José de Costa Rica (SJO) increases from six to seven flights per week and the Guatemala (GUA) – San Salvador (SAL) service increases from five times per week to daily flights.

From the Caribbean, the Havana (HAV) operation increases from three to five flights per week, and Mexico City (MEX) continues to be Iberia’s largest capacity destination with 17 weekly flights operated by Airbus A350-900 aircraft.

Increased operations in South America

Bogota (BOG) and Buenos Aires (EZE) will be the airline’s main markets in South America; both routes operate twice daily, and nonstop services to Lima (LIM), Sao Paulo (GRU) and Santiago de Chile (SCL) will operate daily.

From Ecuador the airline will offer six weekly flights on Airbus A350-900 aircraft on its route to Quito (UIO), this will be complemented by non-stop service to Guayaquil (GYE) with three flights per week on Airbus A330-200s.

More flights to the United States

Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW), one of Iberia’s new services during this summer season, will be available during the winter with three weekly flights until February and in March increases to four flights per week, this service will be operated in Airbus A330-300 aircraft with a capacity of 292 passengers in three classes (29 Business Class/21 Premium Economy/242 Economy Class).

The Spanish airline is also growing in several destinations in the United States, Miami (MIA) increases from 10 flights per week to two flights per day, New York (JFK) increases from 10 to 13 flights per week and in March it reaches double daily and the service to San Juan de Puerto Rico (SJU) will be available this winter with four flights per week. (https://www.aviacionline.com/2022/08/iberia-announces-northern-winter-schedule-to-latin-america-and-confirms-return-of-rio-de-janeiro-and-caracas/)

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