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As vaccination from Covid-19 is in full swing, Iberia is gradually increasing its number of flights between Spain and the US.
Up until now, Iberia offered only routes to New York and Miami, but from now on, it will also fly passengers to Chicago. In addition, it will add Boston and Los Angeles to the list from July 1.
To attract tourists to choose the transatlantic flights, Iberia offers each-way fares for less than 300€. The airline uses two types of aircraft: a two-class configured 278 seat Airbus A330-300, and a three-class configured Airbus A350-900.
Although Spain was one of the countries that suffered the most because of the pandemic, now it is ready to welcome fully vaccinated American tourists from June 7. For the most part, the country is open, with bars and restaurants getting back to the pre-Covid-19 levels.