The travel group Iberostar has added a third aircraft to its subsidiary World350Fly's Airbus A2 fleet. The first flight with the newcomer took place last Friday on the Madrid-Havana route.
Iberostar has two of its own airlines, World2Fly and World2Fly Portugal. There are currently three Airbus A350-900s registered on the Spanish AOC. These bear the registrations EC-NOI, EC-NTB and EC-NZF. The Portuguese sister company operates the Airbus A330-300 with the aviation registration CS-WFP. Another aircraft of this type is to be put into service shortly.
The newcomer is stationed at Madrid Airport and is used from there to various destinations in the Caribbean. The Airbus A350-900 has 432 seats. The machine has the so-called airspace cabin. “We are excited about this new aircraft, which takes us another step in our growth plan and our goal to have the most modern and sustainable fleet on the market. With this third A350 we can further expand our flight operations in the Caribbean and offer passengers the best possible service and maximum comfort,” said Bruno Claeys, CEO of World2Fly.
From November 2023, World2Fly will operate long-haul flights at Amsterdam-Schiphol. You will fulfill a wet lease order with the Airbus A350-900 aircraft on behalf of Corendon Dutch Airlines. For this purpose, the fleet will be increased by a fourth unit. The exact timing of the takeover of the further A350-900 is still to be hoped.