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Iberia logo Spain’s national airline, Iberia (Part of the Iberia Group) is based in Madrid and operates a broad international network of services. The airlines fly to more than 102 destinations in 39 countries and, via code-sharing arrangements with other companies, offers flights to an additional 90 destinations.

IATA designator: IB
ICAO designator: IBE
Numeric Code: 075
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Iberia Practical Information › Check-in Information
The check-in time for Iberia flights ends, for all passengers, 45 minutes before the scheduled departure time (in some airports, earlier deadlines may apply for security reasons).
Check-in closing time at Madrid:
For the Air Shuttle, the check-in time limit is 20 minutes before flight departure.
For short-haul and medium haul routes, the check-in time limit is 45 minutes before flight departure.
For long-haul routes:
Check-in 45 minutes before departure of your flight: Santiago de Chile, Guatemala City, Buenos Aires (Ezeiza), Panama City, San Jose and Santo Domingo.
Check in 60 minutes before departure of your flight: Algiers, Dakar, Caracas, New York (JFK), Washington, Boston, Quito, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paolo, San Juan, Havana (*), Chicago (O'Hare), Israel (*), Johannesburg, Lima (*), Guayaquil. Miami, Bogota (*), Montevideo and Mexico City.
Check in 90 minutes before departure of your flight: Lagos.
For security reasons, Iberia recommends that passengers check-in 3 hours before the scheduled departure time of their flight.
Having checked in, it is essential that all our passengers, whether travelling with or without luggage, be at their flight's boarding gate 20 minutes before departure time. › Baggage Allowances
Free baggage allowance that may be check in varies depending on the origin and destination of your flight.
Piece system (Americas, Africa and Middle East): an allowance of:3 pieces of up to 23 kg each for Business Class. 2 pieces of up to 23 kg each for Economy Class.
Eight system (Domestic, Europe and Israel): an allowance of: Up to 30 kg in Business Class. Up to 23 kg in Economy Class.
This allowance is applicable on all Iberia flights as well as those operated by Iberia Regional Air Nostrum. If you are travelling on a code share flight with a flight number that corresponds with either the IB-5000 or IB-7000 series, the regulations of the operating company concerning luggage allowance will apply.
Each individual item checked in may not exceed 158 cm (calculated by adding length+width+height),with the exception of special items of luggage.However, pieces weighing between 23 kg and 32 kg shall be accepted with a surcharge for excess baggage of 50 per item, payable at the airport of departure. Please note this is only applicable to journeys to which the piece system applies.
Special individual items of luggage weighing between 32 kg and 45 kg, e.g. musical instruments, TV video equipment, industrial spare parts, etc., can be transported but must always be checked in as excess baggage and paid for at the excess baggage rate corresponding to your flight: 150 for the Piece system and 125 for the weight system calculated according to intervals of 5 kg, charged at 5 per kilo rate.
Children under 2 in possession of an Infant ticket have a luggage allowance of one piece of up to 23 kg plus a pushchair, under both baggage allowance systems. Children over the age of 2 have the same baggage allowance applicable to adults. › Forbidden Articles
You are not, under any circumstances, permitted to carry any of the following products either as hand luggage or in the hold:
Flammable aerosols.
Explosive materials or toy guns.
Gas cylinders. .
Carbon dioxide cylinders or soda siphons. .
Flammable liquids. .
Poisons, arsenic, cyanide, herbicides. .
Corrosive materials: acids, alkalis, mercury. .
Infectious substances: bacteria and viruses that can affect humans or animals. .
Radioactive materials. .
Briefcases of any kind with an inbuilt alarm. .
Any articles with magnetic parts or containing corrosive materials or irritants. .
This list is for guidance only and is subject to any modifications in theapplicable regulations. › Guidelines liquids, aerosols and gels (LAG) in hand luggage
Liquids, aerosols and gels must be in containers with a maximum capacity not exceeding 100ml. Containers must be packed in a transparent re-sealable plastic bag; one bag is allowed per passenger and must be presented separately for examination at the security screening point.
Iberia History Incorporated in June of 1927, Iberia began operations in December that year and, within the span of a year, the company was sponsored by the government to offer postal transportation between Madrid and Barcelona.
Following the Spanish Civil War, the company became a strictly domestic airline. In 1944, it was nationalized and became a part of INI. Two years later, after the conclusion of the Second World War, it would become the first airline to offer flights between Europa and South America.
Transatlantic flights were given a boost following the Pact of Madrid (1953), which eliminated visa requirements for US visitors to Spain. Mass tourism through charter planes was allowed by the amendments to the Convention on International Civil Aviation made in Montreal in 1954.
By 1977, the airline served over 10 million passengers a year.
In 2006, the new Terminal 4 at Madrid Barajas Airport was given to Iberia and Oneworld alliance members. Today, Iberia is responsible for about 60 % of the airport’s traffic.
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