January 09 2013
Iberia Express is to expand services on its Dublin-Madrid route for the 2013 summer season.
The airline will add five extra return flights per week in July, which means it will have a double daily service throughout the month. For the month of August, Iberia Express will increase its frequency from 9 flights per week to 10 flights per week.
Iberia Express, which is a subsidiary of Iberia, operates short and medium haul routes from its home base at Madrid's Barajas Airport. It began operations on the Dublin-Madrid route, which was one of its first six international destinations, in June 2012.
Pictured above: Iberia Express commenced operations on Dublin-Madrid last June
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