La Habana, the name of Iberia's latest Airbus
Spain's Iberia Airline Company named its latest Airbus A330-200 La Habana, after the Cuban capital, to mark the 70th anniversary of its flights to Latin America.
The name La Habana comes on the front of the planes, just below the cabin. Thus far Iberia, which was the first to fly to Latin America from Europe after World War II has thus far acquired three of those planes.
Iberia plans to get 29 new long-range planes, with 13 of them being Airbus A330-200 and others are new generation Airbus A350-900 to be with the company between 2018 and 2012, according to a news release by the company.
At present, the Spanish airline company maintains over 250 weekly flights to 20 destinations in 15 Latin American countries. Iberia began operations in Cuba in 1949 and most recently, following a two-year flight interruption, resumed flights to Havana in June 2015.