Iberia resumes link between Spanish and Swedish capitals

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.


  1. Nick says:

    I’m pretty sure that’s the most beautiful air traffic control tower in the world.

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