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Qatar Airways and Iberia expand codeshare partnership to LatAm, Middle East and Asia

Staff Writer |
Qatar Airways and Iberia announced the expansion of their codeshare partnership.


They are offering Iberia customers increased connectivity to destinations across the Middle East and Asia, as well as providing enhanced accessibility for Qatar Airways passengers to key destinations across Latin America, including Brazil, Colombia, Uruguay and Panama.

Further strengthening the airline’s codeshare partnership and enhancing both carriers’ oneworld relationship, the new codeshare destinations can already be booked.

The Qatar Airways’ code (QR) will be applied to routes operated by Iberia from Madrid to Panama City, Panama; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Bogotá Medellín (MDE), Colombia; Montevideo, Uruguay; and Santo Domingo; Dominican Republic.

Qatar Airways currently offers double daily flights from Doha direct to Madrid. From July, this will increase to 17 times weekly.

The enhanced partnership will also benefit members of both airlines’ frequent flyer programs – Qatar Airways Privilege Club and Iberia Plus – as well as provide passengers with increased accessibility to Qatar Airways’ award-winning hub, Hamad International Airport (HIA), and Iberia’s hub at Madrid Airport Terminal 4.


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