Iberia is now raising its investment in Norway. Three years ago, the Spanish airline launched a route between Oslo and Madrid twice a week during the summer months. From June 15, the company will fly between the two cities four times a week throughout the year.
From June 15, the Spanish company Iberia will fly between Avinor Oslo Airport and Madrid four times a week. In addition, from 1 June to 30 September, Iberia will fly twice a week between Bergen Airport and the Spanish capital.
Both to Oslo and Bergen, the company will make use of an Airbus A320 with room for between 141 and 200 passengers in two cabin classes; business and economy.
Passengers to and from Oslo and Bergen get the best connection from Madrid to other cities in Spain, such as Almeria, Granada, Jerez de la Frontera, Pamplona, Valencia and Vigo, and to Latin American cities such as Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Lima , Santiago de Chile, São Paulo and Mexico City. Customers can combine flights from Iberia and British Airways on the same ticket for travel to and from Norway.
“We are very pleased that Iberia is expanding its route offer between Madrid and Norway. With more frequent departures and a year-round route, Oslo and Madrid are more closely linked. The new itinerary also improves the connection to Iberia’s network in Spain and beyond to Latin America,” says Jasper Spruit, Avinor’s traffic development director.