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Spain’s Iberia increases number of flights to Uruguay in response to increased demand

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Spanish airline will add two additional frequencies between Madrid and Montevideo. This will increase the weekly offer to five flights and underlines Iberia's commitment to this market.

The flights will be operated with the company's Airbus A330-200 aircraft, which can accommodate 288 passengers in two classes (J19 and 269). The increased operation will be accompanied by a special offer campaign.

Montevideo was the first route on which Iberia, together with IATA, introduced the new IATA Travel Pass application. This allows passengers to store and verify health documents.

This increase in service is . . .

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