The Iberia airline offers flights between October and December to more than 75 destinations in 30 countries in Europe, America and Africa, including Morocco.
Flights will be operated from Madrid to Casablanca from December 3. In all, nearly 700 direct return flights will be operated by the Spanish airline from the Iberia hub at Madrid-Baerajas Adolfo Suarez Airport, which represents around 40% of the capacity for the same period in 2019.
This winter’s flight schedule “is designed to facilitate same-day round-trip flights for business travelers between major Spanish and European destinations,” Iberia said in a statement, stressing that flight frequencies remain lower in due to the health crisis. On 80% of national connections and the 32% most frequented of European connections (9 routes will be operated to France), there will be at least two round trips per day, it is specified.
“At Iberia, we firmly believe that recovery is possible and we plan to play our part. We look forward to helping our customers get their business back on track, and to that end, we return this season with more flights, more destinations and all the services our customers have come to expect from us. Airlines are proving that health and safety, which remains our top priority, is perfectly compatible with connectivity and services that enhance the air travel experience, while helping to stimulate economic activity,” said Javier Sánchez, executive chairman of the Iberia group.