Spanish Iberia has announced the resumption of its flights to destinations in Europe as well as those in the US. Among others, the company has included the Madrid-Dubrovnik route in its schedule.
The company normally operates to Zagreb, Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik from Madrid in the summer flight schedule, but in July, according to current announcements, it will only launch the route to Dubrovnik.
From mid-July, Iberia will operate on the Madrid-Dubrovnik-Madrid route 3 times a week, and announces daily flights from the beginning of August. The company has previously announced larger aircraft on this route, the wide-body A332, but it is likely that this type of aircraft will not be used on the route to Dubrovnik Airport in this summer season, given that demand will be lower than planned before the outbreak of pandemic.
The route will be operated by A321 aircraft, which has a capacity of 200 passengers.
The company confirmed to us that the flight schedule for July has not yet been finalized, so the possibility of introducing flights from Madrid to Zagreb and Split still exist, while the Madrid - Zadar route is expected to resume from August.