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Iberia LÃneas AÃ©reas de EspaÃ±a, or Iberia Airlines of Spain, is Spain’s largest airline. It is based in Madrid, and its largest hub is Madrid’s Barajas International Airport. Barcelona International Airport, Sevilla Airport, Los Rodeos Airport and Alicante Airport are considered to be focus cities.
Iberia flies to more than 100 destinations in 40 countries. With its code sharing agreements included, the airline reaches another 60 destinations in 25 more countries as well. With its own fleet, Iberia flies to destinations in Africa (Algeria, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Morocco, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa), the Middle East (Israel), Europe (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Kingdom), North America (Mexico, the United States), Central America (Costa Rica, Guatemala, Panama), South America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela) and the Caribbean (Cuba, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico).
By 2008, Iberia will have retired all its Boeing and McDonnell Douglas aircraft and will fly only Airbus airplanes. The airline is a member of the OneWorld airline alliance as well as the Avianca alliance, which is an arrangement with Avianca airlines, the largest carrier in Columbia. British Airways owns a stake of Iberia Airlines, and Iberia has alliances with American Airlines, Avianca, British Airways, Grupo TACA and Cathay Pacific. Any passenger traveling on Iberia Airlines, even if it’s a domestic flight within Spain, must have an identity document or Passport available, and passengers with carry-on baggage only can go directly to their boarding gate.