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Iberia will charge for the second suitcase on long-haul flights

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Just four months ago we commented on the news that Iberia could start charging for checking in luggage, a policy used by less traditional airlines (and some, such as Aer Lingus, which one day were). Today I read that the Spanish company has opted for an intermediate path between not charging for luggage or starting to do it: the first suitcase (up to 23 kg) is free, the second must be paid on transatlantic flights and to Johannesburg. For which one suitcase is not enough, it will be time to leave 50 euros if you pay online or 60 euros if you wait to arrive at the airport.

If one does not fly in the cheapest class and does it in full tourist, excursion or company rate, the cost is saved, although you have to see the ticket prices!

But if the company pays you a ticket in Business class, or if one can afford it, on short and medium-haul flights (national and European), more weight can be billed at no additional cost, two bags of 23 kilos maximum .

It is seen that the days are counted to pay only for the ticket, especially since the orange juice and the sandwich on board cost just a little more than a flight to Europe with Ryanair.

Photo | Iberia Group

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