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British Airways and Iberia expand codeshare agreement.

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British Airways has expanded its codesharing agreement with Spanish airline Iberia.

From 27 October 2002 Iberia's code will be added to British Airways' flights between Madrid and London's Heathrow airport and between Barcelona and Heathrow. In addition, British Airways' code will be added to Iberia's flights between the same airports.

The two airlines, which are both part of the 'oneworld' alliance, operate a total of 11 daily flights between Madrid and Heathrow and eight daily flights between Barcelona and Heathrow.

When the expanded agreement is implemented they will offer 40 codeshare flights, according to Reuters.

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