MADRID,Spain–October 15th. Iberia Airlines launched its new image and livery. Since 1978 the airline had used its prior image, a white fuselage, three accent stripes (red,orange and yellow) and the stylized “IB” in the tail. The new corporate image is modern and it is expected to reflect the new Iberia (with British Airways both carriers are owned by International Airlines Group). In 2013 Iberia suspeded its services to Havana and San Juan. The airline operates from Madrid to Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, Boston, New York-JFK, Mexico City, Guatemala City, San Salvador, San Jose, Panama City and the most important cities of South America.
MADRID, Spain. — Bolivian flag carrier Boliviana de Aviacion (BoA) is the latest Latin American airline that operates flights to Madrid-Barajas International Airport. Boliviana operates an Airbus A-330-223 (CS-TQW) that once was flown by Vietnam Airlines. The airline operates three times a week flights between Santa Cruz Viru Viru International Airport and Madrid. Boliviana de Aviacion joins now the other Latin American carriers Avianca, Aeromexico, Aerolineas Argentinas, Conviasa, Cubana and LAN with flights to Spain.