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Iberia Opens Up Cabin Crew Recruitment for Short and Medium-Haul Fleet

Iberia has recently opened up a new recruitment process for cabin crew (tripulantes de cabina /TCP) to join its short and medium-haul fleet.  The Spanish flag-carrier is accepting applications from both experienced and brand new cabin crew through its official…

Trump Bans All Flights from U.S. to Venezuela But Spanish Airlines Continue Operations

On Wednesday, the Trump administration banned all commercial and cargo flights between the United States and Venezuela citing conditions that “threaten the safety and security of passengers, aircraft, and crew travelling to or from” the country. The decision comes two…

Iberia Steps Up On-Board Recycling Efforts But Are International Aviation Rules The Real Problem?

According to the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) airlines spend over half a billion dollars annually dealing with onboard waste – most of which comes from leftover in-flight catering.  But while the international community becomes increasingly switched on about the…

Owner of British Airways and Iberia Beats Expectations in Latest Financial Results

The European airline group, IAG has beat market expectations, posting a profit of €1,460 million for the third quarter.  IAG is the Madrid-based owner of British Airways and Iberia, as well as low-cost Spanish carrier Vueling and Aer Lingus.  The group…

Iberia Chooses Catalan Designer, Teresa Helbig to Create a “Serene” and “Sophisticated” New Uniform

The Barcelona-based womenswear designer, Teresa Helbig has been chosen by Spanish flag carrier, Iberia as the new designer for a uniform collection which will be worn by over 6,500 of its front-line employees including cabin crew.  Announced at Mercedes Benz…

Iberia Is Looking For Japanese Flight Attendants Living In Spain To Crew Its Tokyo Flights

The Spanish airline, Iberia has announced plans to hire Japenese cabin crew who will be dedicated to working on the carrier’s Madrid to Tokyo route.  The news follows a decision from Iberia to increase its direct Spain to Japan service…

Iberia Regional Franchisee, Air Nostrum Is Looking For New Cabin Crew: Open Day In San Sebastián On 12th April

Air Nostrum, a privately owned Spanish airline which holds the franchise to operate Iberia’s regional services has announced plans to recruit new cabin crew.  Interested candidates can submit an expression of interest via the airline’s website and then attend an…

Spain’s Flag Carrier, Iberia Makes Plans to Cut Nearly 1,000 Jobs in New Downsizing

Spain’s largest airline, Iberia announced today plans to cut its workforce by up to 955 as part of a new redundancy drive that has been discussed with unions at the airline.  Iberia flies to over 110 destinations in 40 countries…

More and More Airline’s Are Turning Their Safety Demonstrations Into Destination Promo Videos

The humble airline safety video started off as a simple and efficient way to brief passengers quickly and consistently.  The only problem was that passengers found them dull – before long, many passengers just weren’t paying any attention to the…

News Roundup – 12th July 2017. A Summary of Airline News from the Past Week

Spanish airline, Iberia has been fined €25,000 for making new female cabin crew take pregnancy tests.  The airline argued it was looking after the well-being of new recruits but authorities on the Balearic island of Mallorca disagreed and called the…

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