Iberia To Reactivate Tokyo Service in 2024 After Four Years Of Halt

Iberia, a Spanish airline, will be restarting its Madrid-Barajas Airport (MAD) to Tokyo Narita Airport (NRT) route in October 2024. The route was suspended by the airline in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 


The year-round service will be exclusive to Iberia and will mark the airline's return to Japan as a part of Oneworld carrier. The route will be operated three times a week with an Airbus A350 aircraft, which is capable of carrying 330 passengers, including 31 in business class. 


The service will offer more than 45,000 seats on the route during the 2024-25 northern hemisphere winter season through March 25, 2025. The airline has adjusted the flight path to Tokyo due to the closure of Russian airspace, which means that the outbound from Madrid to Tokyo will be done across the south and the inbound across the north. 

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According to María Jesús López Solás, Iberia’s commercial and network development and alliances director, the carrier's return to the Japanese capital and the recently launched direct flights to Doha confirms the airline's commitment to Asia. The airline will also time flights to MAD so that NRT-originating passengers can connect to the carrier’s services to destinations throughout Europe and Latin America.

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