As Iberia completes its flight programme for the 2019 summer season, Iberia will offer its new Premium Economy class on its flights to Havana and Johannesburg, while boosting capacity on Madrid-Lima and Madrid-São Paulo routes.

At the start of the 2019 summer season, Iberia passengers flying to Havana and to Johannesburg may opt for the new Premium Economy class available on the Airbus A330-300s the airline will operate on these routes.

Iberia’s A330-300s have 29 Business class seats, 21 seats in Premium Economy, and 242 in Economy. The Premium Economy is designed for Economy class passengers who are willing to pay a little more for a lot more comfort, plus extra services in the air andon the ground.

iberia premium economyThe Premium Economy cabin features include:

  • 20% more separation between rows (94 cm vs. 78.7 cm in Economy)
  • Wider seats (48 cm vs. 43 cm in Economy)
  • 40% more seatback recline (7” vs. 5” in Economy)
  • Adjustable headrests and reclining footrests
  • 12” full HD screens (vs. 9” in Economy), noise-cancellation earphones, and connection points for personal electronic devices.
  • Exclusive in-flight service: complimentary welcoming drink,special menu, table linen, and personalised toilet kit.
  • Larger luggage allowance: two check-in pieces instead ofone, priority in boarding and leaving the aircraft, and special check-in counters at the Madrid airport.

Premium Economy is already available on Iberia flights to/from Bogota, Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Lima, Panama City, Quito, Santiago de Chile, and São Paulo in Latin America, plus Boston, Chicago, Miami, and New York in the United States.

Iberia currently operates a total of 374 long-haul flights each week to 27 cities in Latin America, the United States, South Africa, China and Japan.