Iberia to use A330-300 on Africa route

Iberia will use the new planes on its Luanda route
Iberia will use the new planes on its Luanda route

International Airlines Group (IAG) subsidiary Iberia is to use only Airbus A330-300s on its Madrid to Luanda route, effective from October.

The aircraft, which are 15% more fuel efficient than the ones they will be replacing, come equipped with both Business Plus and Tourist class sections.

The business class area – which comprises of 36 seats – has pods which can be made into fully flat beds as well as 15.4 inch entertainment screens that are around 50% bigger than those on previous models.

Last month we reported that IAG had renewed its short-haul order with Airbus with a contract for up to 220 aircraft.

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