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In search of the warm southern sun? The Spanish Iberia can make your wish come true. The airline is leader of routes from Europe to Latin America, among others. Furthermore, Iberia flies to as many as 20 different Spanish cities; and 120 destinations in total in 46 countries. Iberia was founded in 1917 and is therefore one of the oldest airlines in the world; and the largest airline in Spain. In 2011, Iberia merged with British Airways; and ever since, it is part of the merged International Airlines Group, the no. 3 airline holding in Europe.

Book your flight ticket and fly Iberia to your favourite destination!

All fares are per person, in Euro and ‘as from’. They are subject to availability and change without prior notice. All pre-payable taxes are included. File charges (from €15/p.p.) and cancellation and/or travel insurance are not included. Airport taxes may differ according to the departure date, booking class and flight route.

Why choose Iberia?

Frequent flyer benefits via the Oneworld alliance membe - Part of the International Airlines Group, the no. 3 airline holding in Europe - Specializes in flights to Latin America - 4 direct flights from Brussels daily - One of the oldest airlines in Europe - Top 3 most punctual airlines in the world (2014)

Flights from Brussels

From Brussels, 3 Iberia flights leave every day, and bring you to Madrid Barajas Airport within 2 hours 20 minutes. From there, you can travel to one of many Iberia destinations! The flight schedule Brussels-Madrid:

Departure Arrival Flight Number Days
07:55 10:20 IB3207 Every day
12:00 14:20 IB3202 Monday to Thursday, Saturday
15:30 16:40 IB3197 Fridays & Sundays
18:50 20:25 IB3205 Every day

Check in

You can check in online up to 1 hour before flight departure. For most flights, you can reserve a seat and print your boarding pass from the moment you book the flight. This does not apply for flights to London, Lyon, US, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Nicaragua and Cuba. If you’re flying to one of these destinations, you can check in online from the day prior to your flight. Online check-in is possible via the check-in page on the Iberia website. Just enter your name, code and departure airport.

You can also check in at the airport, of course. You can do so up to 45 minutes before flight departure.


The allowed free baggage on Iberia flights is dependent on destination, etc. On intercontinental flights, the following rules apply:

Reduced Economy Class: 1 piece of checked baggage of max. 23 kg. Carry-on baggage 1 bag of max. 56 x 45 x 25 cm.
Full Economy, Business Club and Business Class: 2 pieces of checked baggage of max. 23 kg a piece (flights to Africa and the Middle East: 1 piece). Carry-on baggage 1 bag of max. 56 x 45 x 25 cm.
Business Plus: 3 pieces of checked baggage of max. 23 kg a piece (flights to Africa and the Middle East: 2 pieces). Carry-on baggage 2 bags, max. 56 x 45 x 25 cm a bag.

On flights to Brazil, 2 pieces of checked baggage of max. 32 kg a piece are allowed, regardless of flight class.

For flights within Europe, the following applies:
Basic: no checked baggage. 1 piece of carry-on baggage of max. 56 x 45 x 25 cm.
Classic Flexible: 1 piece of checked baggage of max. 23 kg and 1 piece of carry-on baggage of max. 56 x 45 x 25 cm.
Business Class: 2 pieces of checked baggage of max. 23 kg.

For certain destinations, different rules apply. On the Iberia website, you will find a complete list of rules and exceptions. Passengers participating in the Iberia Plus frequent flyer programme can, depending on their frequent flyer level, bring more baggage. An overview can be found on the Iberia website.

In addition to the allowed carry-on baggage, you can board 1 personal item (handbag, camera, laptop, diaper bag). If you travel without carry-on baggage, you can board faster.

Luggage for children

Children travelling with an extra cheap ticket (toddlers up to 2 years old and children between ages 2 and 11) have the same baggage allowance as adults. In addition, a foldable pushchair, stroller or car seat can travel along free of charge.

Special luggage

You can bring your skiing, golfing or surfing equipment, bicycle, wheelchair and musical instrument on an Iberia flight. Items that fit within the limits of free allowed baggage can be brought at no additional charge: skiing equipment, golfing equipment, musical instruments, etc. Go to the Iberia website for detailed information on the rules for various items.

Liquids and gels

In carry-on luggage, liquids, gels, pastes and aerosols can only travel in containers of max. 100 ml each. These must be wrapped in a transparent and resealable plastic bag with a maximum capacity of 1 litre. One transparent plastic bag per person is allowed, and all items should fit easily.

Madrid Barajas Airport

Iberia has its home base in Madrid, Spain’s beautiful capital. The airport, Madrid Barajas Airport, is situated northeast from Madrid and is just 12 kilometres away from downtown Madrid. The centre is accessible by metro, train and bus. By train it will take you about 20 to 30 minutes.


Madrid Barajas Airport is the biggest airport in Spain and the 5th biggest in Europe. The airport opened in 1927, and since then, Madrid Barajas expanded and modernized considerably.

On the plane

During your flight, you can already enjoy southern atmospheres: the menus on Iberia flights consist of a diverse selection of Spanish cuisine dishes. On most flights, meals are offered free of charge in all classes. Only on short-haul flights, meals are not included tot Economy Class travellers.

Iberia distinguishes four different flight classes: Economy Class, Business Class (European hauls), Business Club (medium-haul flights) and Business Plus (long-haul).

By introducing the new A330 aircrafts, Iberia significantly upgraded its Economy Class. On long-haul flights, this aircraft provides access to a power supply, USB connection and a 9-inch screen. Iberia offers a wide variety of games, movies (60+) and music (200 options). In addition, you are always connected to the entire world thanks to in-flight Wi-Fi and GSM connections. If you’re flying Business Plus, you will travel in luxury: you will enjoy the comfort of a 200 cm flat bed and a 15.4-inch personal screen, a seat including massage option and a private phone. As a Business Plus traveller, you will be provided in every need! On shorter hauls, Business Plus or Business Class travellers will enjoy more seating space and an extensive menu, amongst others.


Iberia has 135 aircrafts in total. The majority of these are Airbus models – including the modern Airbus A330. Only Air Nostrum, a local part of Iberia, flies with other models, including some Bombardiers (including the CRJ-1000). The new Airbus A330 seats are provided with luxurious seats for all classes; and it’s the only model that features personal interactive screens for all classes.

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Frequent flyer benefits

Iberia is a member of Oneworld alliance. Oneworld frequent flyer can enjoy the Oneworld frequent flyer benefits during their Iberia flight. Iberia’s frequent flyer programme, Iberia Plus, is divided into 3 categories, that correspond to the 3 Oneworld levels: Iberia Plus Silver, Iberia Plus Gold and Iberia Plus Platinum. Depending on the category, Iberia Plus gives you the right to priority check-in, lounge access, additional baggage allowances and priority boarding. On the Iberia website, you will find an extensive list of all benefits per category.


In 2014 and 2015, Iberia won third place in the category ‘Best Airlines in Southern Europe’ during the Skytrax awards. According to Flightstats, Iberia was no. 3 globally in terms of punctuality in 2014. Oneworld, the airline alliance of which Iberia is a member, was named best airline alliance by Skytrax in 2015 for the third year in a row.


The information on this page is not legally binding. The information provided is subject to change. Airlines change their conditions regularly; visit the airline website for the latest information. Prices are starting prices, per person and in euros. Rates are subject to availability on return flights, including pre-pay airport taxes and excluding file charges (from € 12 pp), cancellation or all-in insurance. Because airport taxes depend on departure date, booking class and flight route, they can fluctuate compared to the rates mentioned here.