The airline Iberia will serve eight destinations in the United States during the summer season.
While it only served six US airports in 2019, the Spanish flag carrier based at Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suarez airport will have eight in the summer of 2022. Iberia will offer nearly 1.1 million seats for sale during peak season, up 5% from two years ago. The two new arrivals announced last November for June 1 with four weekly rotations are Dallas-Fort Worth and Washington-Dulles, where she will return after a twelve-year absence, while she will return to San Francisco on April 3 ( the line had been suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic). Iberia will offer up to 57 weekly flights to the USA in June, i.e. up to eight daily departures.
The Oneworld alliance company will also serve New York-JFK and Miami twice a day, Chicago-O’Hare every day, Boston-Logan six then seven times a week and Los Angeles four times a week. All these routes will be mainly operated by Airbus A330-200 or -300, the A350-900s being deployed in the USA by Iberia only to JFK.
The Oneworld alliance company operates its routes as part of its transatlantic joint venture with American Airlines, which in turn serves Madrid from JFK, Miami, Dallas and Philadelphia, plus Charlotte on a seasonal basis from the end of March. The joint venture also welcomes its partners in the IAG group (British Airways, Aer Lingus) and Finnair, while in California Iberia also benefits from the codeshare signed last October with another member of the alliance, Alaska Airlines.
Remember that the low cost Level, also a member of IAG, serves Boston, Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco from Barcelona.