Iberia opens VIP lounge at Malabo Airport

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Iberia has opened a VIP lounge at Malabo International Airport in Equatorial Guinea, which is open to Business Club passengers and holders of Iberia Plus Singular, Platinum, and Gold cards.

The 1,076ft2 lounge can accommodate up to 40 people and offers a range of food and beverages that passengers can enjoy while relaxing on comfortable sofas. Newspapers and magazines are also available in the lounge and wi-fi is free.

Iberia is the first airline to offer VIP service at the Malabo airport, to which it flies daily from Madrid.

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