The airline, owned by International Airlines Group (IAG), linked the two capitals for the first time in 2017 with a successful summer season.
The demand for seats has prompted the airline to return to Cardiff Airport for the 2nd year starting 14th June 2018.
Top 5 things to do in Madrid
- Visit the Royal Palace
- Go to the Campo Del Caso Park with its theme park (Parque deAtraciones de Madrid)
- Visit the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium and pay homage to Gareth Bale
- See the World-Class art at Museo Nacional Del Prado
- Go shopping on the famous Gran Via
Trevor Martin, Chief Commercial Officer of Iberia Express said: “We’re very pleased to continue operating the Madrid-Cardiff route in summer 2018, returning to a route which has been very popular with our customers. Our focus is to continue offering a variety of destinations at very competitive prices with high standards of quality and service”.
Deb Barber, CEO of Cardiff Airport said: “After the initial success of its first season, we’re delighted to welcome Iberia Express back to Wales’ national airport for the upcoming summer season.”