Iberia Airlines takes passengers to 109 destinations in 44 countries each day. They have a fleet of 160 aircraft and 600 flights each day, carrying up to 1230,000 passengers. This, according to 2010 data from Iberia Group. Iberia is Spain’s largest airline, and the fourth-largest in Europe. In 2009, Iberia carried about 25.5 million people. Given the volume, on-time flight status is an important issue to travelers. Interested in checking out the status of your flight or a potential one in the future? Check out these flight status tools.
Want to know more about a Iberia Airlines flight status? This flight status search tool gives you the option of searching by flight, airport and route. Check the flight status of your departure airport and even your arrival city to determine if weather or other conditions may present a possible delay. Road warriors tend to also know which city their flight may have previously originated — a smart way to check if flight status issues will impact the departure time of their Iberia flight status.
Before you book that next Iberia Airlines flight, this tool allows you an opportunity to check if a particular flight has a favorable on-time rating. Simply enter the departure and arrival airports, or enter a specific flight and its time of day.
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