Iberia launches services from Madrid to Mahon and Ibiza in the Balearic Islands

Representatives of local authorities and the tourism industry joined Iberia Express’ CFO, Javier Sánchez-Prieto (pictured without a high-vis vest), in Mahón on the island of Menorca to celebrate the airline’s latest route from Madrid.

On the island of Ibiza, Valentín Lago Rodriguez, Iberia Express’ Operations Director (pictured seventh left), launched the new link to the capital with a little help from local authorities and business.

  • On 1 and 3 May respectively, the Spanish flag carrier Iberia launched services from Madrid (MAD) to Mahon (MAH) and Ibiza (IBZ), both in the Balearic Islands. Two and five weekly frequencies are now offered between the country’s capital and these two popular holiday destinations. Both flights are operated by Iberia Express, a low-cost subsidiary of the mainline Iberia operation. While competition on the route to Menorca comes only from Ryanair’s seven-weekly flights, three carriers provide capacity in the market from Madrid to Ibiza; Ryanair, Air Europa and Vueling offer 14, nine and six weekly flights respectively.


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