Iberia on Tuesday unveiled its new logo and livery, which will debut on an Airbus
A330 scheduled for delivery to the International Airlines Group (IAG) subsidiary in mid-November.
[Iberia's new livery. Photo, courtesy of Iberia.]
The airlines's new logo, which keeps the red and yellow color scheme identifying Iberia as the national carrier for Spain, is part of its modernization. Iberia CEO Luis said the "change will be perceived in all our products and the service we provide to our customers."
Along with incorporating the new livery, the A330 scheduled to enter service next month will feature business and economy class "interiors and furnishings." The livery will be progressively imprinted across Iberia's all-Airbus fleet of commercial airliners.
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