Taste what’s new from Iberia for the cold season
An updated menu, an exhibition on Iberia’s 90-year history and the Envera association’s community support calendar are some of the developments that the company has for you to kick off the winter.
90 years of aviation history, spotlighted at Conde Duque
Until 3 December, Madrid’s Conde Duque Cultural Centre hosts a free-of-charge exhibition on the history of Iberia and Spanish commercial aviation. Over 500sq m, the event covers the airline’s origins to its present (and even a few hints at what the future has in store). The exhibition includes photographs, videos, historical artefacts, uniforms and interactive games.
Envera is preparing its community support calendar
Envera, the Iberia’s Association of Employees Who Are Parents of Persons with Disabilities, is preparing its community support calendar. They’ve chosen different locations distributed among Madrid airport’s T4, Iberia’s maintenance hangars and its headquarters, and we’ll soon see the results.
More flavour for your trip
Iberia is updating its autumn-winter menu for customers travelling on short- and medium-haul flights. Most of the new dishes are ideal for sharing, such as cheese tapas with bread sticks, and nachos with cheese. In addition, the new options include traditional favourites, such as tortilla sandwiches with mayonnaise. Also, clearly labeled gluten-free alternatives will make sure no one goes hungry and ensure your onboard experience is full of flavour.
Hangar 51, a pioneering programme for start-up companies
In January, IAG – the airline group Iberia is part of – launched a pioneering project to support start-ups, in collaboration with L Marks, which specialises in the earliest stages of a business. Four finalists have just been chosen from among the 450 applications submitted. They’ll spend ten weeks in the heart of IAG. Thanks to this initiative, they’ll have the chance to test their products globally and receive advice from both IAG as well as external mentors.