Spanish flag carrier Iberia is boosting services from its Madrid Barajas hub to Latin America, and introducing additional Airbus A350 XWB routes to Buenos Aires Ezeiza (Argentina) and Chicago O’Hare (Illinois) in 2019. The International Airlines Group-owned carrier will increase capacity between Madrid and Montevideo (Uruguay) from 5X-weekly to daily; to Quito (Ecuador) from 6X-weekly to daily; and to Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) from 5X-weekly to daily services, starting July ...

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