12 JULY 2010
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CENTRAL AMERICA is being focussed upon by Iberia from the United Kingdom, with Madrid as the jumping off point as an alternative to Miami and with that airport’s problems associated with the US security, customs and immigration authorities. On 1 October the Spanish airline will make San Salvador its fourth direct Central American destination, while flights between Madrid and Panama City, which are now combined with those to Guatemala, will become non-stop, saving passengers connecting from London more than three hours’ flight time. Iberia will use 254-seat Airbus A-340/300 for the Panama and San Salvador routes. The 36-seat Business Plus section has recently been upgraded, and passengers can now enjoy 6’ 7” flat-beds. www.iberia.com
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