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In September, Iberia operated 13,224 flights. Compared to August, Spain's flag carrier reduced its flight volume by more than 7%. On top of that, Iberia remains only Spain's second-largest carrier since Vueling operated roughly 2,000 more flights.
As always, Iberia achieved an extraordinary on-time performance in September too: Almost 93% of its flights arrived on time at their destinations. Although the results reflect one of Europe's best punctuality levels, Iberia performed weaker than in August (-3pp) and below its annual average..
In September, Iberia once again proved that it is not only one of Europe's most punctual airlines but also one the most reliable. Out of more than 13,000 flights, the Spanish carrier had to cancel only 45. As a result, Iberia achieved schedule reliability of 99.7%.
Flight Volume — 6 Months History
For many months, Iberia has been growing its flight volume. However, September marked the first month when Iberia slightly reduced its volume. Compared to the previous months, the airline operated 1,000 flights less. The end of the summer and holiday season can be identified as the main reason for the development. Therefore, it will be interesting to see how October develops.
Iberia is the flag carrier airline of Spain, founded in 1927. Based in Madrid, it operates an international network of services from its main base of Madrid–Barajas Airport. Iberia, with Iberia Regional (operated by an independent carrier Air Nostrum) and with Iberia Express, is a part of International Airlines Group.
Iberia operates a fleet of almost 70 aircraft and serves almost 90 destinations — especially in Europe and South America.
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