Iberia to launch a Madrid/Luanda service

 

 
Starting on September 30 Iberia will fly to Luanda, becoming the first airline to make non-stop flights between Spain and Angola. Spain’s first-ever air link to Luanda is expected to enhance trade relations between Spain and the expanding market of Angola.

Iberia has scheduled two weekly frequencies –Mondays and Fridays– between Madrid and Luanda, using Airbus A340/300s, and timed to ensure good connections to the more than 100 destinations the company offers in Europe and the Americas.

Iberia forecasts that it will carry an average of 3,000 passengers every month, of which nearly 70% will connect from different Spanish cities and other European countries.

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