Iberia will operate two daily flights to Bogota starting in February.

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Spanish airline Iberia is betting big on Colombia, following the lifting of restrictions on travel between the two countries.

To stimulate traffic, Iberia has scheduled two daily flights between Madrid and Bogota, to be operated by Airbus A350 aircraft with capacity for 348 passengers, starting February 1.

Iberia will offer 13 weekly flights to Dominican Republic starting in November.

The airline thus increases its flights between Madrid and Bogota from ten to fourteen weekly frequencies, exceeding the capacity it had before the pandemic.

In addition, as of December, Iberia also recovers its direct Cali-Madrid route, with three weekly frequencies, operated with Airbus A330-200 aircraft.

More than 90 connections in Europe and Spain

In addition, the schedules of these flights improve connections from the more than 90 destinations Iberia offers in Europe, which favors the flow of travelers between both sides of the Atlantic flying for business, tourism or to visit friends and family.

Iberia confirms will fly to Dallas, San Francisco and Washington next summer.

Within Colombia, Iberia offers connections to 12 other destinations in codeshare with its partners in the country, giving it a good distribution in the country: Armenia, Barranquilla, Bucaramanga, Cartagena, Cúcuta, Leticia, Medellín, Montería, Pereira, San Andrés, Santa Marta and Yopal.

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