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Iberia have launched Basic fares on its flights from South Africa.

Iberia currently flies a non-stop, three times a week service to Madrid, operated by an A330-200, with 19 passengers in Business class and 269 in Economy.

Customers who choose Basic fares will receive the same package as those flying on the airline’s other Economy options, Optima and Flexible, which includes complimentary in-flight meals, entertainment, headphones, and blankets. A carry-on bag and a personal item are allowed as hand luggage, and seat allocation at check-in are also included in the new fare.

Unlike Optima and Flexible, the new Basic fare does not include checked baggage or choice of seat selection, although passengers can choose to add both options individually. 

This does not apply to Iberia Plus Infinita Prime and Infinita cardholders, as well as Iberia Plus Platinum and Gold members, and cardholders of any of the oneworld loyalty programmes with Emerald or Sapphire status, who are able to check in one piece of baggage and choose their seats, even if they have booked the Basic fares. 

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