Iberia is the largest airline in Spain. The company was founded in 1927 and today operates flights to more than 40 countries around the world.
Formally, Iberia is part of British Airways. In 2010, these airlines announced a merger. However, in reality, both companies continued to operate flights under their old logos. Iberia is known for the fact that the airline’s flights arrive on time. In 2016, the company was recognized as the most punctual one.
Iberia operates 68 aircraft. The most popular model is the Airbus A320-200 (14 planes). The Airbus A330-200 (12 planes) is quite a bit behind.
Some Iberia destinations: Brussels, Shanghai, Montreal, Paris, Marseille, Dusseldorf, Cairo, Prague, Milan, Oslo, Murcia, Madrid, San Sebastian.
Arrivals terminal at JFK
If you are flying with Iberia to JFK airport, you need to know that terminal 7 usually accepts flights. There are also codeshare flights that are operated in cooperation with other companies. They arrive at terminal 8.
Planes depart from the same terminals from which they arrive. We advise you to look for accurate information before flying, as the airport periodically changes terminals.
Each passenger must go through check-in before the flight. After that, you will receive a boarding pass. To pass the check, you need to arrive at the terminal in advance. Detailed check-in information can be found on your ticket.