Iberia Returns to LAX Airport After 14 Years
Iberia will resume Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) flights for the first time in 14 years Monday.
The airline returns to LAX to make three direct flights per week to Madrid-Barajas Airport.
Iberia will service flights on Monday, Wednesday, Saturday and a fourth on Friday from July to September.
The Spanish carrier is expected to fly 68,000 people during the first year of service for the flight. To add more convenience, Iberia will offer connecting flights between LAX and Fresno, Sacramento, Santa Barbara, and Honolulu.
Iberia will be returning to LAX for the first time since 1997.
Source: Daily Breeze