Six months after launching the route, Iberia will offer one additional frequency to Havana, Cuba, up to six weekly flights on Tuesdays, starting from tomorrow December 1, 2015. Iberia flies from Madrid to Havana with its newest aircraft, the Airbus A330-300, twin-engine planes, which can accommodate 278 passengers.
Business travelers can unfold their seats into 2-metre-long flat beds, all with direct access to the aisle. Economy class seats are wider and ergonomic. All passengers can enjoy touch-screen-based a on demand entertainment system with 50 films in different languages, 80 TV series and documentaries, 400 music options and video games. The seats have also power and connection ports for their electronic devices, plus access to Wi-Fi and GSM connectivity.
Iberia flights to/from Havana are scheduled to offer good connections in Madrid from/to Iberia’s 90 destinations in Europe, Africa and Middle East. Among them are Barcelona, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Bilbao, Majorca, Vigo, A Coruña and Asturias in Spain, London, Paris Rome, Milan, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Munich and Zurich in Europe, favouring both holiday and business travel in both directions.