IAG suspected of undermining Iberia

Iberia's new log

EuropaPress informed yesterday that Iberia will present its new brand on October 15.

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New aircrafts, totally redesigned cabins in all long-haul aircraft that will put both tourist and business class sections at the top of the market, plus a new website with expanded travel planning options , are other aspects of the programme, along with a major boost in punctuality –Iberia now ranks 7th amongst major airlines– and numerous improvements to passengers’ airport experience at Iberia’s T4 hub at Madrid- Barajas airport.
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In other news, 02B.com informed on Thursday that IAG suspected of undermining Iberia. The Minister of Development, Ana Pastor, believing that Iberia is undermined by IAG to British Airways and Vueling, might be pressing the former share holders of Iberia for them to challenge the merger agreement in an international arbitration. The Minister would intend that the CEO of IAG, Willie Walsh, comes up with a serious viability plan for the Spanish airline.

Her colleague, the Minister of Industry, Tourism and Energy, José Manuel Soria, would be in agreement with Pastor. Meanwhile, Walsh would have said he is fed up with the Spanish politicians.