Iberia’s San Sebastian to London Luton
San Sebastian now has seasonal flights to London Luton, the Spanish regional airport’s only UK service. The twice-weekly Iberia sector operates on Tuesdays and Thursdays until the end of August.
After a gap of four years, Iberia has restarted flights to South Africa, with a Madrid to Johannesburg service beginning on 1 August. Wielding the scissors to herald the resumption of the route were: Marco Sansavini, Iberia Commercial Director; Lumama Smuts Ngonyama, South Africa Ambassador in Spain; and Amado Cea, Deputy Airport Director, Madrid Airport.
- Iberia has introduced a regional and intercontinental route duo this week, adding flights from San Sebastian (EAS) to London Luton (LTN), as well as Madrid (MAD) to Johannesburg (JNB). The former seasonal sector, launched on 26 July, will be operated twice-weekly (Tuesdays and Thursdays) by the airline’s 50-seat CRJ 200s until the end of August. The 951-kilometre route, the Spanish airport’s only UK service, faces no direct competition. The new route to South Africa, commenced on 1 August, is a service resumption following a four-year hiatus. The 8,100-kilometre city pair will be flown thrice-weekly by the airline’s A330-300 fleet, and again faces no direct competition. See how San Sebastian and Luton airport’s FTWAs compare to others from around the world.