Iberia’s improving financial position has encouraged it to restart one suspended South American service and launch a previously unserved sector in the continent. From 1 June, the Spanish flag-carrier will resume flights between Madrid and Havana, a service it suspended almost two years ago when it was in the depths of a major restructuring. To be served by its new Airbus A330s, there will be 5X-weekly flights to the Cuban capital. Iberia also announced a new, triangular route to ...

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