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No advance seats on Iberia

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Iberia has apparently adopted a new policy, and in keeping with the general trend of airline service, it's a bad one for many of us.

I'm flying on Iberia to Madrid early in 2012, and my ticket was booked for me. It was booked through American, though, since my first flight is American Eagle to Chicago. I was surprised to find that Iberia's new policy seems to be that if you book a seat on an Iberia flight through a code share, you cannot choose your seat until the day before the flight.

I guess there is nothing anyone can do about this, but it is a real annoyance. Does anyone know anything about this? What could Iberia's incentive possibly be?

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