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Iberia airlines business class

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Iberia airlines business class

Has anyone flown Iberia airlines business class? Are the seats similar to domestic airlines (American, etc.)?

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Shorthaul or longhaul?

Despite Iberia economy having a very bad reputation in business I've heard very good things about the seat. If you have flown South African Airways business class it is the same seat and goes completely flat. If by 'similar to domestic airlines' you mean domestic first class then it is a completely different world apart from the MD-80/737/757 first class American offer. It'll be better than American's 767-300 first class seat which is their business class seat internationally.

For shorthaul don't expect great shakes. I've flown them about a dozen times in business class shorthaul (though not for a few years) and it wasn't that good. They don't sell the middle seat but do offer snacks or meals...veal AND fish together anybody!?

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2. Re: Iberia airlines business class

On transatlantic flights, the business class seats are same or better than on AA, and the food and drink beats AA.

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