News The number of flights between Malabo and Madrid are increased Starting on December 1st, the Spanish airline Iberia will increase its flights between Malabo and Madrid, offering seven trips a week, instead of the six routes which it operates now.


Iberia began flying to Equatorial Guinea in June 1941 and currently unites Malabo and Madrid with A319 aircraft, which have Business Club on board. It has also expanded the service offered to its customers in Equatorial Guinea by allowing them to purchase tickets by credit card, through its website:

From the airport of Barajas (Madrid), Iberia passengers can also connect -through flights of the same company- with 32 other Spanish cities, 32 European destinations, five cities in the U.S. and 18 in Latin America.

This increase in the number of flights is in addition to the flights also currently offered by the new national Equatorial Guinean airline, Ceiba Intercontinental, which operates three weekly Malabo-Madrid flights. Travel between Equatorial Guinea, Spain and the rest of the world -due to the economic expansion and development of our country- are becoming more frequent, thanks to the new possibilities offered by different airlines.

Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office.

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