Already operating to Boston, the new A330 Airbus will soon serve New York, Chicago and Los Angeles, offering a 36 seat configuration in Business Plus and 242 in Economy Class.
Business Plus passengers can enjoy wider seats that unfold into flat beds almost 80 inches long and access the new entertainment features that gives them the choice of 50 feature films, 80 TV series/ documentaries, 200 music options and 3D games. The 15.5" screens and 4.2" touch screen remotes with virtual keyboard also allows customers to make telephone calls and send text messages.
The Economy cabin comes equipped with individual 9" touch screens offering a wide range of TV, film, documentary and children's programmes. Every seat has a connection port for Apple devices and a USB port, while universal power sockets are also available. Iberia will soon be adding Wi-Fi Internet access to their long-haul product.
Customers flying from the U.S. with Iberia can make easy connections at Madrid airport T4 to another 31 Spanish destinations, 27 cities in Europe and 13 destinations in Africa and the Middle East. Iberia will be operating two daily flights from Miami to Madrid during the next six months. Flights to Los Angeles will be operated by the Airbus A340 aircraft next month.