It remains clear that for Spanish carrier Iberia that the Madrid-Lima is a high-performing route as frequencies increase once again.
According to data from AeroRoutes.com, there will be more flights added between July and September this year.
Without further ado, let’s get into it…
Iberia’s Madrid-Lima Will Increase to 13x Weekly by September…
Previously, Iberia took the decision to increase services between Madrid and Lima to 10 weekly by June, but this will now head to 11x weekly by July.
From there, this will increase to 13x weekly by September, using a mix of Airbus A330-200 and A350-900 aircraft.
Iberia flight IB6653 will depart Madrid at 0010 local time and arrive in Lima at 0510 local time. The return, IB6652, will depart Lima at 1125 and then arrive back in Madrid at 0615 local time the next day.
The additional IB6652/6653 flight will operate the same on different days in the week.
IB6659 will then depart Madrid at 1340, arriving in Lima at 1840, with the IB6650 return flight departing at 2020 local time to then returning to Madrid at 1435 local time the next day.
Strong Growth Continues for Iberia…
From here, it remains clear that Iberia continues to push ahead and capitalize on its popular routes. The more frequencies they put in, the more revenue they can capture long term.
Looking ahead, it will be interesting to see how far this route growth can go on this particular rotation and whether we could potentially enter the 14-15x weekly mark.
Using a range of equipment, it highlights that the level of demand being experienced by Iberia on the Madrid-Lima is a strong one that they will not let go.