The Iberia Group is to add two new German destinations to its European flight network. Starting on the 26th of October, the Spanish airline will fly from Madrid to Stuttgart and Hanover, with four and three weekly flights, respectively. At Iberia’s hub in Madrid, passengers can connect with another 32 Spanish destinations, Lisbon and Oporto in Portugal, 11 African cities, 16 destinations in Latin America, and three U.S. cities.
The flights from Stuttgart to Madrid will depart from Madrid on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 15:50 h. The return flight from Echterdingen airport in Stuttgart will be at 19:10 h.
From Madrid to Hanover, Iberia will fly on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:25 h., and on Saturdays at 15:50 h. The return flight to the Spanish capital will depart from Hannover at 16:45 on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and the Saturday flight at 19:10
Iberia is undergoing a total transformation to become more efficient, and competitive, as well as to improve its customer service. Apart from the new routes to Stuttgart and Hanover, the company has recently announced plans to launch services to Stockholm, Istanbul, Athens, Amsterdam, Santo Domingo, and Montevideo. A new brand image, productivity improvements, new aircraft, and new cabin interiors on long-haul aircraft are also transforming the company, which has been setting new punctuality records –in June Iberia was ranked by FlightStats as the world’s most punctual airline. It has been near the top in the ratings for the past year.
Iberia Group airlines now operate 268 flights a week between Spain to Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt and Munich. Iberia Express, part of the Iberia Group, will operate the Stuttgart and Hanover routes.