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Spanish national airline and oneworld member, Iberia, will operate four charter flights into Liverpool John Lennon Airport from late April until early June.

The IAG airline will operate charter services from Valladolid (VLL) in Spain with Airbus A321 aircraft on four separate dates over a six week period.

The flights will mark Iberia’s first operations to Liverpool John Lennon Airport.

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