According to JPV, Iberia is planning to take over Air Europa and just to make life more interesting for the airline's fleet planners, they will have 27 more 767s, 757s and 737s. Wonderful. The aircraft are at least new and the 757 can easily be merged with the existing fleet, but the other two types. Probably to be hived off at some stage, but still more types.
I agree with my compatriot, Aer Lingus, that they are trying to cut down the numbers; the last DC10 flight is in two weeks. The 747s will stay on for another 2-3 years and the A340-600 still looks like the most likely option. The A300B4s were actually re-introduced, but I'd expect the A340 to be used for the odd few routes the 300s were used on, such as London. The 727 (and now the 737s) can be got rid of, the 737s a lot more easily, being newer.
And the livery; sorry, Iberia, it's getting a little tired now.