Iberia Increases Capacity to Brazil for the Winter Season

South America

Aug 8. Iberia continues to restore its pre-pandemic capacity for this boreal winter season in Brazil. As of October 30, it resumes operations to Rio de Janeiro (GIG) with three weekly flights, complementing its service to Sao Paulo – Guarulhos (GRU).

Data obtained by Aviacionline through Cirium indicate that the Spanish airline will have an offer of 6,082 seats per week in twenty operations between Spain and Brazil, the company has restored 69.45% of its pre-pandemic offered capacity and will be the second largest in this market with a 33.34% share, where it currently competes with Air Europa and LATAM Airlines.

Brazil was one of the key markets in the recovery of Iberia’s long-haul market after the outbreak of the pandemic, on October 25, 2020 the airline restored its operation to São Paulo – Guarulhos (GRU), it was one of the first routes it resumed in Latin America.

Source: Aviacionline

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