Here is the original Calgary Sun article:
Iberia joins jetset: The planes from Spain mainly city's gain
UPDATED: 2007-12-11 01:40:01 MST
By SHAWN LOGAN
Calgarians will soon be able to jet directly to sunny Spain when its national airline announces today it will be adding Calgary as a destination, the Sun has learned.
Officials from the Calgary International Airport along with Mayor Dave Bronconnier will welcome the latest major international airline to fly into Calgary, Spain's flagship carrier Iberia Airlines.
The Madrid-based airline is among the most successful in Europe, reporting a net profit of $84 million in 2006 and transporting almost 28 million passengers that same year.
The carrier flies to 102 destinations in 39 countries with its fleet primarily made up of Airbus planes.
Using partnerships with other companies, the carrier services 90 more destinations.
The interest from Iberia comes on the heels of German carrier Lufthansa announcing last month it would be starting daily direct flights to Frankfurt, Germany, beginning on April 14 next year.
British Airways and a number of U.S. carriers also jet daily into Calgary's airport, making it Canada's fourth busiest airport, serving 11.2 million passengers in 2006.
How can you make that kind of mistake!!!???? Mexicana is not Iberia!!!