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The Spanish national airline was founded in 1927 in order to provide postal services between Madrid and Barcelona. After World War Two, Iberia began to link together Spain and South America, adding transatlantic flights in the 1950s. Nowadays, Iberia is the dominant Spanish airline, running links to 102 international destinations and operating in partnership with British Airways. Every year, the firm serves around 17 million passengers.
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Iberia has its main hub at Madrid Barajas airport, Spain's central aviation centre. However, it also has a strong presence at Barcelona El Prat, the country's second city, and via British Airways, Iberia has a strong presence in the UK as well. The airline runs both international and domestic services, serving 17 Spanish cities and 60 international airports. Major destinations include New York JFK, London Heathrow and Tokyo Narita.