Iberia offers flights to London City Airport
Wednesday 1, September 2010
Starting this week, Iberia is offering flights to the centrally-located London City Airport under a code share with British Airways, via its subsidiary BA CityFlyer.
Iberia has put its IB code on two daily (except Sundays) London City flights from its Terminal 4 hub in Madrid-Barajas, and one daily flight from the new Terminal 1 in Barcelona-El Prat.
Iberia already offers 13 daily flights each way between Madrid and London-Heathrow –eight of its own and five under code shares with British Airways– plus seven daily flights from Barcelona. The new flights to London City airport thus bring the total to 23 daily flights between Spain and the British capital.
Flying times vary depending on the day of the week. See Iberia's website Iberia.com for details and to book seats.
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