Iberia has outlined plans for long-haul transatlantic services next summer, including a record 328 weekly flights to Latin America.

The carrier will further increase frequencies to the United States in summer 2024, with a total of 126 weekly flights to eight destinations.

New York and Miami will both see twice daily services from Madrid, alongside daily flights to Chicago, Boston and Dallas, four-times-weekly seasonal services to Washington DC, and thrice weekly seasonal flights to San Francisco.

And the carrier’s five-times-weekly service to Los Angeles will increase to daily between June and September 2024, with all of the frequencies being operated by Iberia’s A350 aircraft.

Meanwhile LEVEL – the low-cost IAG subsidiary whose flights are operated by Iberia – will offer five US routes from Barcelona to Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Boston, and the most recently announced addition of Miami.

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But it is Latin America which will again make up the bulk of Iberia’s long-haul services, with flights to 18 destinations across 16 countries in summer 2024.

Highlights include 21 weekly services from Madrid to both Bogota and Mexico City, 17 weekly flights to Buenos Aires, 13 to Lima, ten each to Santiago de Chile and Sao Paulo, and daily services to Montevideo and Quito.