New Iberia Livery and Logo

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Madrid-Barajas Airport 21st November

 

 

At its T4 hub in Madrid-Barajas airport, Iberia formally presented the first aircraft bearing its new livery and logo, an Airbus A330 – the airline’s fifth– christened ‘Juan Carlos I’.

Iberia’s CEO Luis Gallego, commented that “This relaunch of our brand expresses Iberia’s ongoing process of transformation and modernization, and is an investment in the future of the airline in which it will be much closer to the customer, while continuing to be a pioneering force in the air travel business.”

Iberia’s new image has been in evidence since Monday, 18 November, throughout the T4 complex, in the VIP lounges, at customer service points, and on all group publications, including the in-flight magazine Ronda.

The new logo and livery will be applied gradually to the entire company and fleet at all the airports served by the Spanish airline.

The Head of the Iberia Maintenance Training Centre, Juan Lino Sanchez, told the EAMTC, “We are very pleased and excited by these latest developments at Iberia.”

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