A million Iberia seats starting from 29 Euros per leg
Tuesday 11, January 2011
Iberia is now marketing a million seats at fares so low that nobody will have to forego flying in the New Year.
Seats on domestic flights range from 29 to 39 euros per leg. Flights across the Spanish mainland and to the Balearic Islands cost 29 euros, and seats to Canary islands are available for 39 euros.
Also for 39 euros, you can fly from Spain to Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, or Portugal, and for 59 euros to Austria, Denmark, the Czech Republic, Greece, Poland, Romania, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, or the United Kingdom.
Long-haul Iberia flights to the United States (Boston, Chicago, Miami, and New York) start at 199 euros per leg, while for just 279 euros you can fly from Spain to San Francisco, Los Angeles, or Orlando, Florida, or to Bogota, Caracas, Havana, Mexico City, Santo Domingo, the new Brazilian destinations of Fortaleza and Recife, Cordoba in Argentina, or Johannesburg, South Africa. Flights to Buenos Aires, Guatemala, Guayaquil, Las Vegas, Lima, Montevideo, Panama City , Quito, Rio de Janeiro, San Diego in California, San José de Costa Rica, San Juan de Puerto Rico, San Salvador, Santiago de Chile, and São Paulo start at just 339 euros per leg.
To mark the merger of Iberia with British Airways these promotional prices include four routes covered under a code share with British Airways to Dubai or Nairobi for 279 euros/leg and to Bangkok and Singapore starting at 339 euros.
These fares are valid for flights operated by Iberia, British Airways, and American Airlines (they do not apply to IB8000 flights operated by Iberia Regional/Air Nostrum). Tickets must be purchased before January 16th, and the first travel date must be in the January 15th-June 17 period. You must buy a return ticket.
More information about this offer, terms, and seat availability can be found on www.iberia.com, where you will always find the best prices, by calling the 24/7 Serviberia line at 902 400 500, or from your travel agent.
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