Iberia Airlines is the flag carrier of Spain. Founded in 1927, it is headquartered in Madrid and operates an international network of services from its main base of Madrid–Barajas Airport. Iberia is a member of the Oneworld alliance. Iberia flies to over 120 destinations in Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Americas. The airline offers a variety of classes of service, including Economy, Premium Economy, and Business Class. Iberia also has a loyalty program called Iberia Plus, which allows members to earn and redeem miles for flights, upgrades, and other rewards. In 2011, Iberia merged with British Airways to form the International Airlines Group (IAG). IAG is the third-largest airline group in Europe. Iberia is a major player in the Spanish economy. The airline employs over 15,000 people and contributes billions of euros to the Spanish GDP. Iberia is also a major cultural ambassador for Spain, flying millions of passengers to the country each year.
Iberia's Business Class, also known as "Business Club," provides a luxurious and comfortable travel experience. Passengers can enjoy fully flat beds, priority boarding, access to airport lounges, enhanced dining options, and personalized service. Premium Economy class, often referred to as "Premium Economy Class," offers more spacious seats with extra legroom, priority check-in, a dedicated cabin crew, and an upgraded dining experience. Iberia's Economy Class provides comfortable seating, a selection of in-flight entertainment, and a variety of meal options. Passengers can also enjoy the airline's onboard services and amenities.
In Flight Amenities
Iberia Airlines strives to provide a pleasant in-flight experience for its passengers. A selection of movies, TV shows, music, and games is available on personal screens or shared screens, depending on the class. Complimentary meals and beverages, including special meals for dietary requirements, in Business and Premium Economy classes. In Economy Class, passengers are offered a range of meal options for purchase. Iberia offers in-flight Wi-Fi on certain aircraft, allowing passengers to stay connected during their journey (availability may vary). Business Class passengers often receive amenity kits containing travel essentials such as toiletries and sleep masks. Power outlets or USB ports for charging electronic devices are available in different classes on various aircraft.
Iberia Airlines' baggage policy varies based on the class of travel, route, and fare type. Business Class passengers usually have a higher baggage allowance compared to other classes, which may include multiple checked bags and hand luggage. Premium Economy passengers get a more generous baggage allowance compared to Economy Class, including checked bags and hand luggage. Economy Class passengers are generally allowed a specific weight or number of checked bags and hand luggage.
Iberia Airlines' cancellation policy can vary based on factors such as the type of ticket purchased, fare rules, and route. Generally, the airline may offer different fare types, some of which may allow for changes or cancellations with a fee, while others may be non-refundable.