On June 1, Iberia will head to Dallas/Fort Worth, Washington Dulles and San Francisco

Iberia made this announcement:

  • Opens the Madrid-Washington and Madrid-Dallas/Fort Worth routes with four frequencies to each destination, and resumes the route to San Francisco with three other flights
  • In addition, it will increase its offer with New York, Boston and Los Angeles,
  • In total, Iberia will offer up to more than 120 weekly flights to nine destinations in the US, including Puerto Rico, and adds forces in this market with American Airlines, British Airways and Finnair

Iberia will fly direct from Spain to Washington. As of June, the airline has scheduled four weekly flights with the capital of the United States where the main government institutions of that country are concentrated: the Capitol, the White House and the Supreme Court.

Specifically, flights are scheduled from June 1 to October 29, with four weekly frequencies (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday) and operated by Airbus A330 family aircraft. The schedules of flights departing from Madrid at 12:10 in the morning, facilitate connections from any other point in Spain and the vast majority of Iberia destinations in Europe.

Flight Origin Destiny Exit Arrival*
IB6131 Madrid Washington 12:10 15:15
IB6132 Washington Madrid 16:45 06:30

*Schedules vary slightly depending on the month of operation

 

Madrid-Dallas/Fort Worth, Iberia’s new route

Starting in June, Iberia will also operate in this large North Texas metropolis. Flights have been scheduled from June 1 to October 29, with four weekly frequencies (Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday) and operated by Airbus A330/200 aircraft with capacity for 288 passengers.

The flight schedule will allow the best connections from the more than 100 Iberia destinations in Europe. In addition, Dallas is the great hub of American Airlines, which ensures great connectivity within the United States for customers within the joint business agreement that Iberia maintains with American Airlines, British Airways and Finnair for the operation of routes between Europe and the North Atlantic.

Flight Origin Destiny Exit Arrival*
IB6146 Madrid Dallas 15:55 19:50
IB6147 Dallas Madrid 21:25 14:20

*Schedules vary slightly depending on the month of operation

 

Return to San Francisco

This summer Iberia returns to San Francisco, a route that had to be interrupted during the pandemic. From June 1 to September 30, it has scheduled three weekly frequencies (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) with departure at 12:20 also to facilitate connections. The aircraft scheduled to operate the route is the Airbus A330/200, with capacity for 288 passengers.

Flight Origin Destiny Exit Arrival
IB6193 Madrid San Francisco 12:20 16:15
IB6174 San Francisco Madrid 17:50 14:10

 

Only IAG group airlines offer direct flights to San Francisco; Iberia from Madrid and LEVEL from Barcelona, from 29 March and with four weekly frequencies (Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays)

 

Strong commitment to the USA of Iberia and LEVEL

With all this, Iberia makes a strong commitment to the USA, the country that concentrates its largest capacity, and where it will go from six to nine destinations in the summer season.

In addition to the launch of the new destinations and the recovery of San Francisco, Iberia will increase its capacity in New York, Boston and Los Angeles, and has scheduled up to more than 120 weekly flights between Spain and the United States.

Specifically, this summer Iberia will have up to 14 weekly flights Madrid-New York, which are added to the daily FLIGHT of LEVEL from Barcelona.

Iberia will offer another 14 flights with MiamiChicago will have up to seven flights a week, and Boston will also arrive on the daily flight in July and August, an operation that is complemented by LEVEL’s four weekly Barcelona-Boston frequencies.

Los Angeles will have up to five weekly Iberia frequencies from Madrid and four more FROM LEVEL from Barcelona.

The offer is completed with up to five weekly flights to San Juan de Puerto Rico, a destination that is also part of the joint business agreement for the routes between Europe and the North Atlantic that Iberia maintains together with American Airlines, British Airways and Finnair.

 

Joint Europe-US business

The joint business agreement for the operation of routes between Europe and the North Atlantic began in 2010 between American Airlines, British Airways and Iberia, Finnair joined in 2013, LEVEL in 2017 and Aer Lingus in 2021. Customers can combine flights operated by any of the six companies to get the best deals and enjoy more efficient connections thanks to the coordination of schedules. The new routes for this summer are:

Aer Lingus has launched two new routes: from Manchester to New York, and from Manchester to Orlando.

American Airlines will operate Charlotte-Rome, from April 5 to October 29, 2022.

British Airways will operate Heathrow-Portland from June 3 and, on the same day, will also recover the Heathrow -Pittsburgh route.

Finnair has launched a new route from Helsinki to Dallas and, from June 1 to October 29, also Helsinki – Seattle.

And LEVEL will debut Barcelona-Los Angeles on March 28 and will operate up to four weekly frequencies.