American Airlines launches codeshare agreement with Iberia Express

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FORT WORTH, Texas – American Airlines and Iberia Express, a subsidiary of American’s joint business partner, Iberia, received approval from the U.S.

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FORT WORTH, Texas – American Airlines and Iberia Express, a subsidiary of American’s joint business partner, Iberia, received approval from the U.S. Department of Transportation for a new codeshare agreement. This agreement allows American to place its code on flights marketed by Iberia, and operated by Iberia Express, between its Madrid hub and 14 destinations throughout Europe. Flights are available for sale Sept. 4 for travel beginning Sept. 10.

“This new codeshare agreement provides our customers with even more options when traveling throughout Europe,” said Kurt Stache, American’s Vice President – Strategic Alliances. “Our new relationship with Iberia Express will allow customers of both our airlines to connect more conveniently when traveling between North America and Europe.”

“This is a strategic agreement for Iberia Express,” said Silvia Mosquera – Chief Commercial Officer of Iberia Express. “The joint operation of our routes enables us to offer our customers better connections between Europe and North America, and optimizes our resources in terms of profitability.”

American Airlines AAdvantage® members currently have the ability to earn and redeem miles for award travel on Iberia Express. In addition, American and Iberia Express are both members of the oneworld® alliance, which focuses on providing the best connections between the most important cities for international business travelers. oneworld’s global network serves more than 900 destinations in more than 150 countries.

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