Iberia has resumed flights between Madrid and Guayaquil
Iberia has resumed direct flights between Madrid and Guayaquil. There will be two flights a week, and from June, their frequency will be increased to 3 flights a week. These flights are operated by Airbus A330-200 aircraft with a capacity for 288 passengers: 19 passengers in Business class and 269 passengers in Economy class.
Iberia connects Ecuador not only to Madrid, but to its entire global network of destinations in Spain and the rest of Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and the flight schedule will facilitate connections with the Iberia Group's entire network of destinations.
Madrid - Guayaquil with Iberia.
IB6460 Guayaquil 12:05 - 06:00 +1 Madrid - Tuesday and Friday
IB6461 Madrid 00:05 - 05:00 Guayaquil - Monday
IB6461 Madrid 23:55 - 04:50 +1 Guayaquil - Wednesday
The restart of Iberia flights to Guayaquil is supported by a very attractive campaign, with prices starting from USD 1.300 and USD 500, round trip, for Business and Economy class, respectively. The airline will also offer a flexibility policy to facilitate changes or refunds in vouchers when personal circumstances or the destination you are traveling to are affected by the current situation.
In Spain, where a large community of Ecuadorians lives, the most popular destinations are Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao and Valencia, and in the rest of Europe, cities such as Milan, Paris and Rome.