20 JUNE 2011
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The Angolan capital of Luanda is to be served with direct non-stop flights from Madrid by Iberia from September. Luanda will be Iberia’s 12th destination in Africa and the second long haul flight in the African continent.
The airline will fly on Mondays and Fridays to Luanda with A340-300 aircraft. The service provides a good connection both ways from London and is an alternative to sister airline’s British Airways twice weekly flights from Heathrow.
Iberia flies to Algiers and Oran (Algeria); Cairo (Egypt); Malabo (Equatorial Guinea); Casablanca, Marrakech, Rabat and Tangier (Morocco); Lagos (Nigeria); Dakar (Senegal); and Johannesburg (South Africa), and it offers another 11 destinations under code sharing with other airlines. www.iberia.com
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