Qatar Airways and Iberia extend their codeshare agreement.

Qatar Airways and Iberia announced Thursday that they have extended their codeshare agreement. This collaboration will enhance connectivity between the two airlines’ complementary networks and offer additional travel options to customers traveling between the Iberian Peninsula, Latin America, Africa, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East.

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The expanded commercial cooperation will increase the number of destinations available to Iberia passengers from 29 to 36 on the Qatar Airways network, including new destinations in Angola, Australia, Mozambique, New Zealand and South Africa. Qatar Airways passengers will also benefit from additional connectivity, with the ability to book travel to and from four additional destinations on the Iberia network in Brazil, Chile, El Salvador, Guatemala and Senegal.

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“We are delighted to further expand our codeshare cooperation with Iberia, Spain’s largest airline and the leading airline connecting Europe with Latin America. Despite the challenges of 2020, it has been our priority to maintain reliable global connectivity for our passengers, said Qatar Airways Group CEO Akbar Al Baker.

“The extension of the codeshare agreement with Qatar Airways is very good news for us. At Iberia, we are working to ensure that when countries remove their restrictions, we can offer our customers the widest and most comprehensive network possible,” said Iberia Group CEO Javier Sanchez-Prieto.

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