Iberia Airlines

Perhaps the airline with the longest name in the world, Spain’s national carrier’s full moniker rings: Iberia, Líneas Aéreas de España. It was officially established in 1940 and started out serving destinations within Spain exclusively.
In 1946, however, it became the first airline to instate flights between Europe and South America in the wake of WWII with the launch of routes between Madrid and Montevideo and Buenos Aires.
In more recent times, Iberia and British Airways merged in 2010 to become the International Airlines Group, however both still operate under their own names.
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