Iberia returned to Stockholm on 2 April, using its low-cost subsidiary Iberia Express to operate the route from Madrid twice-weekly. On hand to celebrate the resumption of services were (from left to right): Octavio Gonzalez, Tourism Manager; Paloma Utrera, Sales Manager, Iberia Express; Cristina Bjernudd, Airport Marketing; Spanish Ambassador Francisco Javier Jimenez Ugarte; Peter Rasmussen, Regional Commercial Manager, Iberia Express; and Lena Rökaa, Airport Manager.
- Iberia has resumed flights between its Madrid (MAD) base and Stockholm Arlanda (ARN). Up until the end of March 2013 Iberia served the route with daily flights, but since 2 April the airline has re-started service on the 2,605-kilometre route, using its low-cost subsidiary Iberia Express to operate the connection. The airline’s 180-seat A320s will operate the route twice-weekly, on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Competition on the route is provided by SAS with 10 weekly flights. Norwegian will also link these two capital city airports together starting in early June.