miércoles, 27 de agosto de 2014

Iberia (1991)




Por si alguien tenía curiosidad, este es el "aviso importante" del que se habla en la portada; eran unas medidas transitorias que se aplicaron poco antes de la entrada en vigor del espacio Schengen. Otra cosa que hoy parece un poco marciana, pero entonces no hacía falta documentación para los vuelos domésticos, salvo estos casos que eran tramos domésticos de vuelos internacionales.

This was the "important notice" the cover warns us about, just if you were curious about it; It now sounds something from another era, but at that time no ID was needed for domestic flying. These were domestic legs from international flights and left from international terminals, so this warning is about the need to carry some sort of ID for these flights as well. 


Me intriga este vuelo a Bangkok, que parece listado con código IB y 1 escala. En realidad, que yo sepa, Iberia nunca voló a Bangkok y supongo que era un código compartido con el vuelo de Thai , que tenía una escala en Roma. En las páginas del final donde se listan los servicios a bordo este vuelo no aparece.

Something that puzzled me was this 1-stop Bangkok flight. As far as I know, Iberia never served this destination, and this flight is not listed in the last few pages with the flight routings and inflight meals details. Most probably, this was a codeshare on the Thai flight to Bangkok, which had one stop at Rome.









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