Iberia signs agreement with Buenos Aires to boost tourism from Europe

Iberia signed an agreement with Visit Buenos Aires to promote tourism from Europe to the Argentine capital. Specifically, the agreement includes the realization of familiarization trips and different dynamics in social networks, as well as other actions on the web, online media and airline supports.

See also: Iberia to resume flights between Málaga and Nador.

Víctor Moneo, Iberia’s Director of Strategic Alliances and Agreements, and Lucas Delfino, President of Visit Buenos Aires, were present at the signing of the agreement.

“This new agreement we reached with the city of Buenos Aires shows the great importance this market has for us, as it is one of the countries that is in our strategic focus within Latin America. Moreover, with the joint actions that we are going to carry out, we are sure that the capital of Argentina will continue to position itself as an attractive destination and one of the preferred options for European tourists,” says Víctor Moneo, Iberia’s Director of Strategic Alliances and Agreements.

Iberia moves to new terminal at Ezeiza Airport

In addition to the agreement with Buenos Aires, Iberia also announced that by the end of March it will move its location at Ezeiza International Airport from Terminal A to Terminal B, a change that will offer significant benefits for travelers flying with the airline from Argentina to Europe.

Specifically, this change will modify the area where passengers will check-in. As it is a new building, it will have more counters and self check-in terminals, as well as new spaces for immigration and security control.

Likewise, this new access will also have a Fast Pass sector, which was not available at the current location, and which had become one of the main requests of users. This will offer the possibility of a much faster and easier entry for frequent flyers and those traveling in the Business cabin. The Iberia boarding area will remain as it is today, as will the location of the VIP lounge and other areas.

See also: Iberia began its daily flight between Madrid and Montevideo.

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