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Lufthansa City Center Business Travel

Grabenstr. 24,
89522 Heidenheim

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Montag bis Freitag: 9 - 18 Uhr und Samstag: 10 - 13 Uhr Geschäftskunden von Montag bis Freitag 8 - 18 Uhr

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Since its foundation in 1927, more than 800 million passengers have flown with Iberia, making it the unrivalled leader on routes connecting Spain with the rest of Europe, and Europe with Latin America. In January 2011 Iberia merged with British Airways to create International Airlines Group (IAG), Europe’s third-largest and the sixth-largest airline group in the world by revenues.

Today Iberia Group airlines fly to 100 destinations in 39 countries. Via code-sharing agreements with other carriers, it offers flights to other additional 214 destinations.

Iberia operates flights between Madrid and the most important Latin American cities, with direct connections from and to over 30 destinations in Spain, 27 European cities, and 12 destinations in Africa and the Middle East. Other Iberia long haul destinations are Boston, Chicago, Miami, New York and Los Angeles in the United States and for example Lagos/Nigeria and Luanda/Angola in Africa.

According to the monthly figures published by the Flightstats consulting firm, Iberia is one of the world’s most punctual airlines. With an overall on-time rating of more than 88% in July, Iberia came in seventh among the world’s major international airlines, up three places from June.

New Business Plus and Economy Class on long-haul flights

Iberia’s new business and economy class seating sections on long-haul flights are already available in the first four of eight new Airbus A330/300s – the last one will join the fleet in March, 2014.

There are already three of Iberia’s existing Airbus A340/600s, used for flights to the Americas and Africa, with refitted cabins, the rest of them will be refitted in the course of the following months.

The extra-wide Business Plus seats unfold into perfectly flat beds nearly two meters long, and are designed and positioned to offer the greatest comfort and privacy to premium passengers, as well as direct access to the aisle from each seats. 

The new Business Plus class entertainment system is more intuitive and easier to use, centering on a 15.4” touch screen – 50% larger than the current one. Content, changed every month, includes some 80 feature films and television series and documentaries in a number of languages, some 200 musical options, interactive 3D games, etc.

Iberia will also add Wi-fi and GMS texting capability for all passengers on long-haul flights, plus power and communications jacks in all seats.


Economy class passengers on the new Airbus A330s also have individual entertainment options, with intuitive 9” touch screens on which passengers can enjoy feature films in several languages, television series and documentaries, and children’s programs. More ergonomic seats offer more room and greater comfort.

Terminal 4 at Madrid Airport

Iberia and its oneworld alliance partners operate from the new Terminal 4 complex at Madrid-Barajas airport, a modern and efficient traffic distribution centre, linking more than 120 domestic and international destinations. The luminous and spacious volumes of the new terminal facilitate convenient connections, making air travel a much more enjoyable experience.

Business travellers can relax or work in Iberia's three VIP lounges in the T4 complex, where they will find showers, fully-equipped working and meeting spaces, a television zone, toilets with facilities for the handicapped and for infant care, and a place to check coats and luggage.

Frequent Flyer Programme Iberia Plus

In 1991, Iberia started offering its customers free membership in the Iberia Plus Frequent Flyer programme. Passengers can collect points from Iberia, its subsidiaries and other programme partners, and exchange them for flights or other services.

Iberia Plus members can earn and spend points when they fly with member airlines of the oneworld alliance or other airline partners. Car rental companies and credit cards are, as well, members of the Iberia Plus programme.

To obtain the Iberia Plus Card, just fill out the form available on the Iberia website.

Joint Business with American Airlines and British Airways

Since October 2010, Iberia, American Airlines and British Airways are cooperating in their joint business for transatlantic flights and thus delivering real customer benefits.
Passengers can travel on joint business flights and enjoy new routes, more flying options, better connections and a greater number of fares, among other benefits. There is also an increased opportunity to earn and redeem and upgrade through the three airlines’ frequent flyer programmes.


Content: Iberia. Last Update: September 2013