From October 2016 Iberia Airlines will operate three flights per week from Madrid to Tokyo-Narita airport, and also plan to launch a Shanghai route. On both routes Iberia will fly its latest aircraft, the twin-engine, wide-bodied Airbus A330-200, carrying up to 288 passengers, 19 in Business and 269 in Economy. The aircraft come factory-equipped with Iberia’s newly designed long-haul cabins. These will be the only non-stop flights linking Japan with Spain, providing a total of some 90,000 seats per year. Iberia will offer good connections for incoming passengers from Asia to 29 additional Spanish destinations and 59 other European cities including London, as well as numerous destinations in Africa and the Americas.