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Non-stop LAX-Madrid starting on March 28th

Iberia will start flying between Los Angeles and Madrid on March 28th. From that date, it will operate three non-stop flights weekly from Los Angeles –on Monday, Wednesdays, and Saturdays– with an additional Friday flight in July-September.
The flights will depart from Los Angeles at 17:55 h. and arrive in Madrid at 14:15 h. the following day. In Madrid passengers can continue to another 36 destinations in Spain. The return flight will depart from the Spanish capital at 12:35 h. and arrive in Los Angeles at 16:15 h. To serve the whole region, Iberia will offer connecting flights from / to Fresno, Sacramento, Santa Barbara and Medford.
To celebrate the new route, Iberia has launched a special offer from Spain to Los Angeles starting from 654 euros, return ticket, final price.

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