Iberia intensifies Denmark-Latin America links

Convenient connections to 14 cities in Latin America

Iberia has announced more connections between Denmark and Latin America. Two extra frequencies on the Copenhagen-Madrid route will start from March 4, arranged to connect to the 14 destinations Iberia operates in Latin America.

The new flights are scheduled to connect to Latin America in Madrid Barajas T4, Iberia’s hub. They will leave Copenhagen on Wednesdays and Fridays at 06:30, arriving in Madrid at 09:50. Most of the flights to Latin America depart from Madrid at noon.

Departure times for the additional flights on the return leg from Madrid will be Tuesdays and Thursdays at 19:50, arriving in Copenhagen at 23:05.

To mark the improvement in the route, Iberia has launched a special offer to fly from Denmark to different Latin American destinations, including Sao Paulo (from DKK 4,554; €610), Rio de Janeiro (from DKK 4,666), Buenos Aires (from DKK 5,446) and Santiago de Chile (from DKK 9,065). Tickets must be booked before February 3 to fly before June 15.

TTG Nordic

[pictured: Iberia aircraft at Madrid Terminal 4; photo courtesy oneworld]


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