Iberia Express, a subsidiary of The Iberia Group, has announced it will start non-stop services from London to Majorca and to Gran Canaria and the rest of the Canary Islands.
When summer comes, Iberia Express will operate one daily flight to Palma.
The Carrier will have services to Las Palmas, Gran Canaria on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The same destination will be serviced from London Heathrow on Saturdays.
Tenerife will have flights taking off from London on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
Tenerife will have flights taking off from London on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, offering British travellers more options to reach the sunshine and beaches in one of the most beautiful European islands.
The flight time from Heathrow to the Canary Islands in the Atlantic is close to four and a half hours.
The flights depart from Terminal 5 in Heathrow Airport, where they undergo a codesharing agreement with British Airways.
Iberia Express is part of the Iberia Group, which, like Spain’s Barcelona-based Vueling and British Airways, belongs to the IAG group.
In total, Iberia and British Airways operate 400 flights per week between the UK and Spain.
Besides the new flights towards the Spanish islands, Iberia Express will also start Manchester-Madrid and Edinburgh-Madrid services.