Is maintained even between the airlines more punctual in the Old Continent, where the next year will open eight new destinations
Balearic punishes Iberia with 440.000 euros by not letting use the back to a client that did not use the back
The growing difficulties of the air traffic in Europe are a burden for Iberia, though not perspective, the results that encrypt a growth of 6% per annum until 2023.
Between 4 and 5 points have been lost, the Spanish airline group IAG in the ranking of punctuality in the two years preceding the placed world leader. The culprit: airline regulations, which passed both by restrictions caused by weather as by the human factor in the form of strikes by air traffic controllers targeted, especially in France.
"2018 has been a difficult year for the price of the fuel, but also from the point of view of air operations by the traffic control", has been recognized by the president of the airline, Luis Gallego.
Although less than Vueling, we also affects the control center of Marseille," added Gallego. However, in spite of falling at the global level of the podium that one of whose principal seats was from 2013, the president of Iberia provides that the company will keep in good jobs, punctuality in Europe.
Precisely in the Old Continent, Iberia will inaugurate the coming summer routes to eight new destinations, all europeans. Oslo, Bergen, Genoa, Bari, Verona, Bastia (Corsica), Zadar (Croatia) and Corfu.
at The time that open in these new destinations during the summer, will also strengthen its routes both in europe, as in Africa and Latin American.Enough capacity on Decks
The possible future second airport in Madrid is not a priority for the company, which has its hub in Barajas. The president of Iberia believes that the current commercial airport of Madrid -Barajas has still sufficient capacity in both the T4 (from where it operates primarily your company), and even in the T1, T2 and T3". So, "in the future I do not see the need for additional capacity," he said in relation to the plans for the aerodrome commercial in Casarrubios-The Alamo, that their investors are emerging as particularly suitable for operating the airlines low cost.
Recently, Iberia has obtained a judgment against it issued by the Supreme Court which cancelled the flight cancellations that the company was in virtue of his policy of 'No show'.
"This is a common practice among airlines, which has operated for 20 years. But we abide by the ruling and we are going to apply," said the commercial director of Iberia, Marco Sansavini, in relationship to no longer be able to cancel unilaterally the return flights of a customer who has not flown the first leg.
Another thing is that, according to the ruling, the airline is studying the mode of adjusting the price of a ticket when this has been more financially advantageous to buy the routes back and forth together, and in reality, it does not use the first part of the total journey. It would be a stopgap measure for the differential rate, which Gallego has explained can work both ways, "both to the high and low", in terms of the price of the ticket.
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