Iberia hopes get back to normal in Madrid-Barajas from Monday.

Iberia has indicated that during the weekend it plans to operate all long-range flights from Madrid and an average of 88% of its short and medium-range network, including those of Iberia Express and Iberia Regional/Air Nostrum, so it expects to return to normal at the Madrid-Barajas airport Adolfo Suárez from Monday, according to a statement.

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The company recovers its operations gradually after the passage of the storm ‘Filomena’, which has left an accumulation of snow and ice at the airport, making it difficult to operate the flights, said EuropaPress.

Iberia has extended the relaxation of the conditions of the tariffs until next Sunday, January 17th, and the clients will be able to change their flight date until March 20th. Changes can be made via the web or through a travel agency.

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