A Word From Our Sales Reps on Iberia’s 90th Anniversary

May 1, 2017 - Sin comentarios

We continue our celebration of Iberia's 90th anniversary by among other things sharing aspects of our history, especially as told by our employees past and present, and published in our inflight Ronda magazine.  We've heard from flight attendant...Leer más

Shop Our IberiaPluStore & Earn Avios!

April 11, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Did you know that the "Iberia Experience" for IberiaPlus members includes an extensive online IberiaPluStore? It's home to more than 200 of your favourite brands and services, including the likes of Clarks, Crocs, Ebay, Forever 21, GAP, iTtunes, ...Leer más

On Iberia’s 90th Anniversary, 2 of Our Pilots Speak Out

April 3, 2017 - Sin comentarios

José Luis gave up flying 15 year ago, after decades of piloting commercial aircraft from DC-3's to A300's. Carlos, for his part, is just starting out with Iberia, having spent eight months on short- and medium-haul routes for us (as he puts it, pa...Leer más

On Iberia’s 90th Anniversary, Our Flight Attendants Reflect

February 13, 2017 - Sin comentarios

When you reach the age of 90, it's understandable - perhaps inevitable - to look back over your life, take stock, and see how you've changed over all those years. It's not a question merely of nostalgia, but examining our history motivated by the k...Leer más

It’s the 12th Day of Christmas! So What Was All That About?

January 6, 2017 - Sin comentarios

image | Xavier Romero-Frias From a religious standpoint, the Christmas season actually ends today on the Feast of Epiphany (also known in Hispanic countries as Three Kings Day). During this past holiday season you no doubt heard more than your sha...Leer más

Christmas & New Year’s Treats of Japan

December 30, 2016 - Sin comentarios

photo | sixgimic/Flickr by Terri Marshall and Marian Goldberg Food and eating are central to every holiday celebration, and Japan is no exception. The fresh, seasonal ingredients, precise preparation and the complete visual aesthetic - col...Leer más

Lisbon for the Holidays

December 23, 2016 - Sin comentarios

One of the things I most love about Portugal's capital this time of year is its festive lighting - those enormous Christmas decorations enlivening the streets - along of course with its spectacular public Christmas trees. I recall wandering the histo...Leer más

Feliz Natal from Gramado – Christmas Capital of Latin America!

December 22, 2016 - Sin comentarios

photos | David Paul Appell If when you think about Brazil, chances are it’s all about Rio de Janeiro, perhaps with some Amazon and Bahia thrown in (or just maybe even the futuristic architecture of capital Brasilia). But all the way down south i...Leer más

Wildlife Spotting in Asturias’ Natural Paradise

July 27, 2016 - Sin comentarios

photo | Turismo de Asturias – Paco Currás S.L. Though a developed, industrialised country, Spain remains full of natural, wild landscapes - and one of the most impressive concentrations of nature lies in its green north, and especially t...Leer más

Celebrating the Holidays in Latin America

December 24, 2015 - Sin comentarios

Along with many other cultural traditions, Spain bequeathed Christmas and New Year's to its American colonies, now the 17 Spanish-speaking countries of Latin America - and while quite a few customs have survived intact or close to it, many others...Leer más

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