Iberojet is an online travel agency that is also an airline offering scheduled flights out of its hub base, Madrid-Barajas Airport Adolfo Suárez Airport (MAD) inside Spain's capital, Madrid. The airline was founded in 1973 as a travel wholesaler and in 2015 the brand was bought out by Avoris. The airline has secondary airport hubs such as Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport in Porto,
In late 2020, the Barcelo Group merged with their two charter airlines carriers, it's subsidiary Spanish-headquartered Evelop and Portugal-based Orbest, into one entity and being called Iberojet. Barcelo Group informed both airlines that it would be rebranding them as one airline. This merger was the result of a surge in demand for winter flights to Cuba, Punta Cana and Havana, in the Dominican Republic.
Iberojet currently operates regularly scheduled flights within Spain, Caribbean destinations, such as Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Jamaica as well as other direct flights with Evelop Airlines such as Mauritius, Kenya and Zanzibar.
Overall, the airline has a fleet of 7 aircraft ranging from Airbus A350-900, A320-214, A330-300 and A330-900. Iberojet have 7 aircraft in total as of January 2023.
The carry-on and checked baggage allowance differ. Excess baggage will incur an extra fee.
Hand luggage on Iberojet shouldn't go above 10kg in weight. It should fit in the total dimensions of 50 cm x 40 cm x 25 cm (Length x Width x Depth).
Passengers are also permitted a personal item, consisting of items such as laptop bag, coats, walking sticks and umbrellas.
Iberojet passengers are allowed to take 23kg of baggage per person and it should not exceed the maximum weight of 32 kg. Any additional baggage will be charged at the current excess baggage rate.
When flying in Turista+ Class, passengers are entitled to:
Seats are placed in a 3 x 3 x 3 formation depending on the aircraft, ensuring that each passenger will sit by either a window, aisle or between passengers.
Iberojet supplies its passengers with a 60-minute video magazine on board any flight that's between 2 and 3 hours in duration. The magazine includes things such as music, sports, nature and comedy etc.
For flights that last more than 3 hours, you also have access to the video magazine as well as the latest films. These may include Wonder Woman 1984, About Time, Battleship and Cats, among others.
Iberojet currently only offer airport check-in for their flights.
Online check-in is not currently available for Iberojet flights.
Once passengers arrive at the airport terminal, they'll need to hand in their boarding pass and the airline will take care of their baggage. It would take a few minutes for you to get checked in. For domestic and European flights, the check-in desk opens two hours prior to the departure and the deadline is 45 minutes before the departure. Whereas for long haul flights, the check-in desk opens 4 hours prior to departure and closes 60 minutes before the departure.
Any Iberojet flight that flies for longer than 1 hour will offer its passengers a complete bar service, including soft drinks, juices and alcoholic beverages.
Depending on the time of day, Iberojet will provide snacks, breakfasts, lunches and dinners both hot and cold.
Iberojet offers a wide selection of special meals onboard their flights. These include:
All special meals must be ordered 3 days prior to the departure date. Orders can be completed in 'Manage My Booking'.
The airline doesn't currently have a frequent flyer program.
Iberojet isn't currently part of any airline alliance however they are a subsidiary of Avoris.
As of January 2021, the airline has scheduled flights to the number of destinations within Spain, Caribbeans, Africa. These destinations include Madrid, Cancun, Cuba, Jamaica, Kenya, Zanzibar and among others. If you're looking to fly within Spain, our guide to domestic flights within Spain offers lots of helpful information.
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As of January 2021, the airline operates a fleet of 7 aircraft:
Madrid-Barajas Airport Adolfo Suárez Airport (MAD) commonly known as Madrid–Barajas Airport, is a public airport in Madrid, Spain. The airport serves more than 130.900 passengers a year. The airport is located in the 9 km northeast of Madrid. It's the second-largest airport in Europe by physical size after Paris–Charles de Gaulle Airport.