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Iberia Express Opens The Route Madrid-Berlin

November 4, 2013 Aviation No Comments Email Email

Iberia Express recovers the connection to the German capital thanks to Iberia Groups competitive cost and efficient operation. Iberia Express’ first Madrid- Berlin flight arrived on Sunday 27th to the German capital and was received by the German airport authorities. This inaugural flight had an occupancy rate of 100%.

Spain Embassy in Berlin authorities have received the aircraft cutting the traditional ceremonial ribbon. Till Bunse Director of Marketing and Sales in Berlin-Brandenburg Airport, stressed “the importance of this connection both for the airport and the city, as it will increase cultural and economic flows between the two capitals.”

Meanwhile, Paloma Utrera, Iberia Express Sales Manager, emphasized the importance the opening of this new route represents for Iberia Express: “Berlin is a destination that has always been operated by the Iberia Group and we are very pleased that our competitive prices enable us to recover this route as relevant to European connections “. Utrera recalled that through this route passengers will have links to Iberia long-haul destinations, suchas Santiago de Chile, Sao Paulo, Mexico City and Buenos Aires. As such, Iberia Express remains committed to developing Madrid-Barajas airport as an intercontinental hub.

The company will operate three times a week during the entire winter season. It will fly from both cities on Tuesday, Thursday andSunday of each week with ticket prices from 64 Euros for a return trip.

Iberia Express, a subsidiary of Iberia, operates short and medium-haul routes and provides direct traffic as well as feeding Iberia’s long-haul network. The company ended September as the third most punctual airline in Europe after reaching an on-time flight performance of 95.2%, according to the consultancy firm Flightstats. Iberia Express is a member of oneworld, an alliance of eleven airlines, which offers passengers a fleet of 2,500 aircraft carrying out 8,750 daily flights to 800 international destinations around the world in 150 countries.

The company operates in code share with Iberia, LAN Airlines, Air Berlin, Japan Air Lines, American Airlines, Avianca, Finnair, British Airways, Siberia Airlines and Royal Air Maroc.

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