- In the new, nearly 200,000 m3 building that can accommodate 12 million passengers a year, Iberia will have 7 check-in counters and will offer services such as VIP lounge as well as fast-track security control for passengers with special needs.
- Iberia flies up to twice a day between Madrid and São Paulo, offering the best connections from and to the airline’s 80 destinations in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.
On August 7 Iberia will move its operations to the new Terminal 3 building at Guarulhos airport in São Paulo. The building has an area of nearly 200,000 m3 on five levels, with an annual capacity for some 12 million passengers, and more than 100 shops.
Iberia will have a ticket counter directly facing the check-in islands, and seven check-in counters, including two for Business class passengers.
The new Terminal 3 at Guarulhos airport in São Paulo offers fast track security control procedures for passengers in wheelchairs, families flying with babies, etc.
In addition, Business class passengers may use the VIP lounge at the São Paulo airport until the new one for oneworld alliance airlines opens in the new air terminal.
The new T3 at São Paulo has 26 boarding gates, of which 20 allow easy boarding through passenger bridges
Iberia offer up to two daily flights between Madrid and São Paulo with good connections at Iberia’s T4 hub in Madrid from / to nearly 80 destinations in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.