Iberia returns with its Madrid-Santo Domingo route
Santo Domingo.- Santo Domingo once again features on Iberia’s route network from today September 1, along with a number of new European points and increased frequencies across the Atlantic.
Santo Domingo will be operated five times a week. The airline previously operated to the Dominican Republic capital but the route was axed when Iberia launched its major restructuring.
In December 2012 Iberia said in a statement it was halting flights to Santo Domingo, Havana, Cairo, Istanbul and Athens because they were not profitable. The anouncement was made after laying off 4,500 employees, a move aimed at cutting costs and guaranteeing continuity. The airline stopped flights to Santo Domingo and Havana on April 1.
In addition to Santo Domingo’s return, the Iberia Group will also boost another Latin American service with the route Madrid-Montevideo.
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