On Iberia’s 90th Anniversary, a Word from Our Presidents

December 27, 2017 - Sin comentarios

We round out our 90th anniversary year of Ronda Conversations between employees past and present - a look at where we've come from and where we're going - with a chat with Xabier de Irala, Iberia's president from 1996 to 2003, and current preside...Leer más

Iberia’s Crucial Pilot Trainers Speak on our 90th Anniversary

December 6, 2017 - Sin comentarios

You have to walk before you run. And before you fly, you have to dream of flying, to believe you can do it. And of course, to learn how from those who went before you. Of course, once you achieve your dream, there's no going back - you're hooked on...Leer más

On Iberia’s 90th Anniversary, a Word from Our Station Managers

October 30, 2017 - Sin comentarios

As you might expect, being an airline's airport station manager is a busy, complex job indeed, overseeing ground operations including ticketing, check-in, baggage, cargo services, and gate operations. And Iberia has been proud to have some of the w...Leer más

On Iberia’s 90th Anniversary, 2 Baggage/Cargo Supervisors Speak

June 8, 2017 - Sin comentarios

At Iberia we like to say we're one big family. And sometimes that's true in a quite literal sense, as in the case of Amalio and María Aparicio, father and daughter. Eleven years after retiring, Amalio came back to our base at Barajas Airport w...Leer más

On Iberia’s 90th Anniversary, Our Maintenance Experts Speak

March 10, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Agustín Cordero joined Iberia's maintenance team in 1979, while Antonio Jiménez is a relatively recent hire. And they both share a love and understanding of aircraft. They treat them with tender, loving care, leave them in tiptop condition, and w...Leer más

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