All Iberia flights will take off and land at the refurbished T-3, including Madrid and Barcelona flights operated by British Airways and clickair flights to/from Spanish cities
Eight airline members of the oneworld alliance will use the same Heathrow terminal, facilitating connections.
Starting on February 25th, Iberia will use the remodelled Terminal 3 at London-Heathrow for all its flights to and from the English capital, including those operated by British Airways to/from Madrid and Barcelona and clickair flights to other Spanish cities.
The move means that eight members of the oneworld airline alliance will use the same Heathrow terminal, facilitating connections between them. Joining Iberia at the terminal are Qantas, Finnair, Royal Jordanian, Cathay, Japan Airlines, and American Airlines. But most British Airways flights will continue to operate from the new Terminal 5.
Iberia's check-in counters are in zone F of the T-3 building terminal, where four auto check-in machines are available, along with an Iberia ticket sales office, and a service counter for customers and unaccompanied minors. Iberia's business class passengers and holders of the Iberia Plus frequent flyers Gold or Platinum cards will have access to the terminal's VIP lounge.
Today, Iberia is Spain's leading airline and also market leader on flights between Europe and Latin America. In 2007 it posted operating income of more than 5.52 billion euros and net earnings of 327.6 million, with an Ebitdar of 932 million. Iberia is also distinguished by its social, corporate, and environmental policies. Along with its franchise partner Iberia Regional, it operates some 1,000 flights every day to about 100 destinations. In 2008 Iberia carried 28.5 million passengers. It is a member of the oneworld airline alliance along with American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Finnair, JAL, LAN, Malev, Qantas and Royal Jordanian.