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Iberia to Launch New Direct Service Between Madrid and Tokyo Narita

Starting October 27, 2024, Iberia will launch new nonstop service between Madrid and Tokyo-Narita.  The route will operate three times weekly with an Airbus A350.


Iberia to Offer Direct Service to Tokyo Japan Starting October 27, 2024 - Courtesy Iberia

On Monday (December 18, 2023), Iberia announced the launch of new direct service between Madrid and Tokyo-Narita International Airport starting October 27, 2024.  The route will operate three times weekly on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays with an Airbus A350, becoming the only direct connection between Spain and Japan.  The return flights will depart Tokyo on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays. The schedule also allows for seamless connectivity via Madrid to 140 destinations in Iberia’s network, including45 in Spain, 56 in Europe, eight in Africa, 27 in America and two in the Middle East.


In Monday’s route announcement, Iberia’s Director – Commercial and Network Development and Alliances,


“Our return to Tokyo is remarkable news.  It represents the return of Iberia to Japan, where it began operations in 1986, and together with the recently launched direct flights to Doha, it confirms our commitment to Asia.  The economic growth of the countries in this continent is immense, as indicated by all the forecasts for the coming decades.  At Iberia, we want to show Madrid’s potential as a gateway to Spain, the rest of Europe, and Latin America, to connect these two parts of the world."


As previously mentioned, the route will be serviced with an Airbus A350, which is configured with 31 Business Class, 24 Premium Economy and 293 Economy Class seats.  Inbound customers who are traveling to a final destination other than Madrid can also benefit from Iberia’s ‘Stopover Hola Madrid’ program, allowing guests to stay in the Spanish capital for up to six nights without any extra flight cost. 


 

Source: Iberia

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