a350lover wrote:ORD is probably your best bet. Today, maybe as the first official day for the W18 season.... it is operating with A330. However, last week constantly flew using the A346 and I believe they'll keep it through the winter quite often. JFK still does have one of the two daily flights on A346. Looks like tickets for the route over the S19 will keep the afternoon flight on A346.
JFKIceman wrote:Both JFK flights feature the A359 unless there are any irregularities
a350lover wrote:dmstorm22 wrote:If you try to book in Spring/Summer 2019 to JFK, it shows up as A346.
28th of May will be the last day with the A346 on the afternoon departure MAD-JFK. From the 29th on, both daily MAD-JFK will be A359.
zippy wrote:I flew MAD-JFK on the 346 with the new Y+ last October. For what it cost it was worth the experience although Iberia isn't really much of a premium brand and I'm ce4rtainly in no hurry to fly out of MAD again. Best case it takes about 40 minutes, mostly on foot to get from the Cercanias platform to the gate (worse if there's a a long security queue), and then add a few minutes for the bus ride to the plane.
a350lover wrote:Do you see Iberia leaving the A346 if the oil remains on the current level and using them for some short-haul-routes of its network with heavy demand?
a350lover wrote:JFKIceman wrote:Both JFK flights feature the A359 unless there are any irregularities
Certainly, I was checking schedules for May 2019 and by then Iberia still keeps the A346 in the afternoon departure until the 28th. The route to ORD will switch to A359 on the 22nd of June, being until then operated by A346 daily.
Looks like next year Iberia could get rid off some A346 if they definitely stop using this frames which are currently serving ORD and JFK. This will probably mean two frames are liberated of these sectors. The only route I have heard is transferred to A346 is GRU, daily. That'll need a bit more than two frames to operate daily. EZE and SCL, which increased frequencies both are going to be served by A346 too mainly. UIO will also add one extra flight per week, and has to be operated by A346. No news regarding BOG.
Do you see Iberia leaving the A346 if the oil remains on the current level and using them for some short-haul-routes of its network with heavy demand?
TWA772LR wrote:Im planning a trip to BCN with my friends in February. I want to treat myself to a new airline and new aircraft type and Iberia would offer both (via MAD of course).
My question is, does Iberia only fly the A330 to the US? I really want to fly the A340, but I think they only send it to MEX and further south.
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