Iberia Express is expanding capacity on the Madrid-Dublin route for Summer 2013 adding five extra return flights per week in July, which means it will have a double daily service throughout the month, and for the month of August will increase its frequency from 9 flights per week to 10 flights per week. It began operations on the Dublin-Madrid route, which was one of its first six international destinations, in June 2012.

Iberia Express, subsidiary of Iberia and Oneworld Alliance member, operates short and medium-haul routes from Madrid Barajas Airport using a fleet of 14  Airbus A320s, providing direct traffic and feeds Iberia’s long-haul network, offering all the services of Iberia Airlines operating 13 domestic destinations and 5 European routes (Copenhagen, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt and Amsterdam, the latter until January 2013).

The airline carried 2.2 million passengers in 2012 operates from Dublin Airport Terminal 1 code-sharing with Oneworld Alliance carrier American Airlines.


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