The flag carrier of Spain, Iberia is also its largest airline and one of the globe’s leading aviators, renowned for its excellent service and reliability. Established in 1927, Iberia grew into a prominent European airline before merging with British Airways in 2010 to create the International Airlines Group (IAG), the third largest of its kind in the world. Operating out of their primary hub at Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport, Iberia operates flights to 26 domestic and over 60 international destinations across four continents and has codeshare agreements with a large number of airlines. Iberia is part of the Oneworld alliance and boasts a fleet of 79 aircraft.Check out cheap flights to Spain to get the best deal.

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Iberia flies directly to 110 destinations globally, including Madrid, Palma - Majorca and Gran Canaria Las Palmas.
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