Most airports at the North of Spain are closed due to the volcanic ashes
Saturday 8, May 2010
The airports of Coruña, Santiago de Compostela, Vigo, Asturias, Santander, León, Valladolid and Burgos have been affected by the volcanic ash cloud. Therefore, flights to/from those airports have been cancelled.
Iberia will do his best to provide, if possible, with alternative transportation, especially for transit passengers.
Clients affected by the cancellations can change date or route of their tickets or get a reimbursement without any penalty at Iberia or at the travel agency where they bought their ticket.
Passengers can consult the status of their flight at the web site, iberia.com, arrivals and departures.
For more information, call Serviberia at 902 400 500 when calling from Spain. If calling from another country, please check the correct phone number at the web site, contact section.
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