Iberia (IB) is adding frequency to the Canary Islands for the summer season, increasing capacity to Gran Canaria by 32% and Tenerife by 19%.  The additional frequencies will bring IB’s total number of flights operated between Spain and the largest Canary Island cities to nearly 100 a week. On July 12, IB will launch a 2X-weekly service between Gran Canaria and Nouakchott, the capital of Mauritania. The airline said the route had been launched in response to growing demand, ...

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