Iberia increases its flights to Montevideo, Uruguay.

With the aim of gradually recovering its regular schedule of flights to Uruguay, Spain’s Iberia has increased its service to Montevideo from three to five weekly frequencies since August, demonstrating the airline’s commitment to this market and reinforcing its leadership in Latin America.

These flights are operated with Airbus A330-200 aircraft, with capacity for 288 passengers, 19 in Business Class and 269 in Economy Class.

See also: Iberia inaugurates flights to Ljubljana, Slovenia.

The increase of the operation is aimed at improving connectivity between Uruguay and the more than 90 destinations to which Iberia flies in Europe. It is also accompanied by a very attractive campaign with prices starting at 626 USD, roundtrip in Economy class, and a flexibility policy, in order to facilitate changes or refunds in vouchers when personal or destination circumstances are affected by the current situation.

Montevideo was the first route on which Iberia launched the IATA Travel Pass

On April 7, Iberia became the first European airline to launch -together with IATA- the IATA Travel Pass digital passport on its routes between Europe and Latin America, and Montevideo was the first destination chosen.

The new application makes it possible to store, manage and verify the health documentation required for travel, i.e. COVID-19 test certificates and, in a next step, also vaccination certificates.

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