In around an hours time, the Women’s World Cup Winners Spain are about to land back home into Madrid.
The flagship carrier of Spain, Iberia, is the airline taking them back to Madrid from Sydney via a technical stop on Doha on the way.
EC-NIS is the Airbus A350-900 aircraft operating the flight, and at the time of writing is 3.4 years old, having been delivered to the airline back in June 2020, as per data from Planespotters.net.
Spain beat England 1-0 in the final, which has been subject to controversy over calls from the referee, amongst other items.
LIVE: Women’s World Cup Winners Spain About to Land in Madrid…
AviationSource will be providing live updates until its arrival. This is a developing story.
UPDATE #1 @ 1918 UK time – Right now, IB2613 is currently to the South East of Palma, as the aircraft gets nearer to the Spanish capital of Madrid.
UPDATE #2 @ 1929 UK time – IB2613 has started incremental descents into Madrid at present. Doing Sydney-Doha-Madrid in one sitting is quite the long flight.
UPDATE #3 @ 1947 UK time – IB2613 is now commencing its full descent into the Spanish capital with the Women’s World Cup team onboard.
UPDATE #4 @ 2009 UK time – IB2613 is passing through 7,000 feet as it gets itself ready for its final approach.
UPDATE #5 @ 2010 UK time – On final.
UPDATE #6 @ 2011 UK time – IB2613, which has the Women’s World Cup winners Spain onboard has landed into Madrid following its long hop from Sydney via Doha.
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