15,000 Avios + Taxes for Iberia’s A340 or BA’s 777 Business Class Between London and Madrid

Iberia Business Class

If you want want to experience long haul business class cabins at little expense, this offer might interest you: Oneworld members Iberia and British Airways currently offer a special treat for members of Iberia Plus or British Airways’ Executive Club. Business class tickets between London and Madrid are currently available at 15,000 avios + taxes.

A few days ago we reported that you can try British Airways’ new Club Suite between Madrid and London-Heathrow for the same price. While these flights are not reguarly available, you can still enjoy British Airways’ Boeing 777 business class or Iberia’s Airbus A340 on this route. Both airlines operate at least one afternoon rotation with widebody planes and therefore with long haul premium cabins.

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Taxes and surcharges vary, depending on the country you are booking from and from which airport your journey originates. Adding another leg like DUS-LHR or LIS-MAD usually lowers taxes & surcharges for the Madrid to Heathrow trip.

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London to Madrid – 15,000 Avios + €51 in taxes…
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…Madrid to London, just adds €20 in taxes.

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These four flights are reguarly operated by widebody aircraft:

  • British Airways BA460:
    13:20 London – 16:45 Madrid
    Boeing 777-200 or -300 (you can check equipment on flightradar24.com)
  • Iberia IB3166:
    15:55 Madrid – 17:15 London
    Airbus A340-600 or Airbus A330-200 (mostly in winter)
  • British Airways BA461:
    18:15 Madrid – 19:40 London
    Boeing 777-200 or -300
  • Iberia IB3167:
    18:45 London – 22:25 Madrid
    Airbus A340-600 or Airbus A330-200 (mostly in winter)

Most flights on this route are operated by A320 family planes, but cost the same amount of Avios. If you are flexible on flight times, be sure to catch one of the flights above. While airlines can always change planes on short notice, BA 460/461 and IB 3166/3167 are scheduled to receive Airbus A330/340 or Boeing 777 service all the way through this and deep into next year.

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