I had to fly on very short notice, and the ticket price in most airlines was at least double the normal fare when you buy with a couple of months in advance. Iberia was the only company with a decent price, so I took it fast. Then I was told that I had to pay $30 to choose a seat in advance, which I declined. In the early check in, open 24 hours before the flight departure, I could chose a seat for free, although the best seats were either already taken or needed payment. Aside that, it was a flat normal flight in economy class of nowadays. There is not much space for your legs, the food is awful, and when you get to your destination you just want a regular bed to sleep properly. I had a connection in Madrid, but the flights were on time, even a bit ahead of schedule on arrival, and the luggage arrived without glitches. In a nutshell, a normal flight that left nothing to remember.