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Iberia’s new A350 seating plan

Iberia’s new A350 seating plan

  1. Andie

    Though first flights begin operating this summer, Iberia has yet to publish their seating plan. Can you or your readers find it. Thanks.

  2. rickyw

    Just select your seat when you are making a booking on

    This is IB3166 on July 20


  3. Andie

    [QUOTE=”rickyw, post: 58476, member: 1436″]Just select your seat when you are making a booking on

    This is IB3166 on July 20

    Sounds easy untul you

  4. Andie

    Sounds easy but Iberia does not let you select a seat on this flight nor see the seating chart. Holding award seats 21a and b which Iberia says are limited to 2 seats in that row in a bulkhead configuration. Your seat plan does not unfortunately confirm that. Hence my questions….

  5. rickyw

    It definitely looks like row 21 would be the first row in economy, since that is 3x3x3 and the rows before are 2x4x2. My assumption is that is premium economy, so row 21 must be a bulkhead separating the two cabins

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