The codeshare agreement began following Air Berlin's integration into oneworld.
It includes the routes between Spain (Peninsula) and Germany/Austria/Switzerland operated by both companies and their affiliates and onward flights from Berlin, Munich and Dusseldorf to domestic destinations in Germany and northern Europe operated by Air Berlin, and domestic destinations beyond Madrid operated by Iberia.
American Airlines – US Airways
American Airlines is Iberia's benchmark partner, not only in the oneworld alliance but also through the close cooperation on which the joint business agreement for the North Atlantic is built and which enables IB to offer its customers not just its own transatlantic services but also the entire American Airlines network in the North Atlantic and over 150 domestic routes in the US, connecting via the country's most important airports. For more information on the benefits of this joint business for our passengers click here.
Together with British Airways and Finnair, the other partners in the joint business, American Airlines and IB provide their customers with an extensive range of destinations and schedules that connect North America with Europe, guaranteeing a more rewarding and across-the-board travel experience.
Since AA began its merger process with US Airways in April 2014, the number of destinations and schedule and connection options that IB can offer its passengers has grown thanks to the joint business.
Avianca GroupThis agreement allows the distribution of our flights to Colombia and Central America through Avianca Group hubs.
It lets Iberia passengers fly to the leading cities in Colombia via Bogotá and also offers distribution in Central America with connections in Miami, San José, San Salvador and Tegucigalpa.
Our sister company is not just part of the oneworld alliance and the North Atlantic joint business agreement, it also offers us the possibility of taking our travellers to numerous points across Africa and Asia via the British Airways hub at London Heathrow. Plus it offers a number of Caribbean destinations not operated by Iberia, from London Gatwick.
Together with American Airlines and Finnair, the other partners in the Joint Business, British Airways and IB provide their customers with an extensive range of destinations and schedules that connect North America with Europe, guaranteeing a more rewarding and across-the-board travel experience.More information
Iberia gives its customers the chance to fly with an Iberia code to the heart of the Balkans, Sofia.
This agreement lets Iberia connect Europe with almost all of Central America, with stopovers in Panama City or San José, Costa Rica.
The codeshare agreement with the Czech company offers customers the chance to travel on all flights operated by CSA between the Czech Republic and Spain. This ensures we can offer the best possible choices.
The codeshare agreement with the Israeli company allows our customers to travel on its flights between Madrid/Barcelona and Tel Aviv, as well as Iberia's own operations.
This means we can offer a better choice both for customers flying between Spain and Israel and the many people who fly between Israel and Latin America via Madrid.
Cooperation with Spanish company Evelop allows Iberia to offer its customers a direct flight option to Cancún from Madrid. Iberia provides its code to the Evelop operation that joins Madrid with Cancún three times a week.
In addition to being a oneworld member and forming part of the North Atlantic joint business agreement, Iberia customers can fly codeshare on Finnair flights between Helsinki and Madrid and complete their trip via numerous intermediary points in Europe.
Finnair also provides us with distribution to domestic points in Finland such as Rovaniemi and other Scandinavian and Baltic cities including Vilnius and Stockholm.
Together with American Airlines and British Airways, the other partners in the Joint Business, Finnair and IB provide their customers with an extensive range of destinations and schedules that connect North America with Europe, guaranteeing a more rewarding and across-the-board travel experience.More information
The codeshare agreement with Interjet allows Iberia passengers to travel from all of our European destinations to up to 32 cities in Mexico. Interjet provides us with distribution to business and leisure destinations alike, with a stopover in Mexico City.
In addition to being a oneworld member, this agreement is enjoyed by Japan Airlines customers, who can fly to Madrid with a stopover in London or Frankfurt.
We have codeshare agreements with various companies in the LATAM Group: Lan Airlines, Lan Ecuador, Lan Peru, Lan Colombia and TAM Airlines. This cooperation allows us to offer more flight options between Spain and South America, as well as new destinations and connections for our customers from Santiago de Chile, Quito, Guayaquil, Lima, Bogotá, Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.
The codeshare cooperation with our strategic partner in Italy includes direct flights operated by Iberia and Meridiana between Madrid and Milan and Madrid and Naples, respectively, and distribution to some domestic destinations in the two companies' networks beyond Madrid, Rome and Naples.
Royal Air Maroc
This codeshare agreement allows our customers to enjoy the Moroccan company's offers on flights between Morocco and Spain and to reach numerous points across Morocco via the RAM hub in Casablanca.
The agreement with our oneworld partner is centred on Royal Jordanian operations between Spain (Madrid and Barcelona) and Amman. We are currently analysing expanding the cooperation to destinations beyond Madrid and Amman, connecting with non-stop flights between these two cities.
In addition to being a oneworld member, the young Russian company allows us to offer our customers more flights between Madrid and Moscow as Iberia can add its code to S7 Airlines operations.
The agreement is completed with numerous destinations in Russia thanks to our partner's hub at Domodedovo Airport in Moscow.
Allows Iberia customers to travel from Spain to the Ukraine capital, Kiev.
Thanks to the codeshare agreement with this IAG Group company, Iberia can provide access to its customers to an extensive range of domestic and European destinations served by Vueling from its hubs in Barcelona and Rome and to various destinations in Morocco, Gambia and Senegal.