• Joe Breitfeller

Iberia Will Serve 112 Destinations This Summer, Including New Service to the Maldives

Iberia will offer service to 112 destinations for Summer 2021, including new twice weekly flights to the Maldives during July and August. The carrier will also resume long-haul flights to Boston, Chicago and Los Angeles, in addition to Miami and New York.


Iberia Airbus A350 - Courtesy Iberia

On Wednesday (April 14, 2021), Iberia announced an expansion of their summer 2021 schedule with 112 destinations, including twice-weekly service to the Maldives in July and August. The carrier will also resume long-haul flights in July to Boston, Chicago, and Los Angeles, in addition to Miami and New York. Iberia’s Latin American network will offer 18 destinations including Cali (Columbia), Guayaquil (Ecuador), and San Juan (Puerto Rico). In Europe, Iberia will resume summer service to Bergen, Budapest, Corfu, Catania, Dubrovnik, Olbia, Oslo, Split and Zagreb. Iberia Express will offer service to popular sun and beach destinations such as Heraklion, Mykonos, Santorini, Bari, Palermo, Cagliari, Zadar and Malta, as well as new service to Kefalonia.


In Wednesday’s announcement, Iberia’s President and Chief Executive Officer, Javier Sánchez-Prieto, said,

“This summer we are betting very strongly on the recovery. It is very important to try to save this season because, if not, we will have lost two years and as a country we cannot afford it. The entire tourism sector is hopeful that vaccination campaigns will serve to lift restrictions and it is essential that valid formulas are undertaken for Europe, America and any country around the world. The announcement of the flights to the Maldives we believe instills encouragement internally, it is good news for the tourism sector and is an example of how we are adapting in Iberia to the new circumstances and opening new markets.”


For summer 2021, North Africa service by Iberia Regional/Air Nostrum will include flights to Algiers from June as well as destinations in Morocco including Casablanca, Marrakech and Tangiers. Iberia Express will offer flights to the Canary and Balearic Islands, while Iberia Regional/Air Nostrum will offer direct flights from the Balearic’s to Nice, Geneva and Zurich. As previously mentioned, one of the highlights of Iberia’s summer schedule is new direct service between Madrid and the Maldives, with twice-weekly service.



Source: Iberia