Thursday, December 2, 2010

Study Abroad Offers Free Roundtrip Airfare In Celebration of Iberia Flights From LAX To Spain

In celebration of Iberia Airlines' announcement that it will resume nonstop service next March between Los Angeles and Madrid, Magellan Study Abroad is offering free roundtrip airfare aboard Iberia to all high school students enrolling in the Spanish immersion programs for summer 2011. This unique promotion is valid until December 31, 2010. There's never been a better time to go study in Spain!Iberia Airlines of Spain has announced that it will resume nonstop service from LAX to Madrid with four weekly flights. This route will be the only nonstop service between Spain and the US West coast. It will fly the Madrid-Los Angeles route with an Airbus 340-300 with a capacity of 247 seats. Iberia last served LAX between 1984 and 1997.

Chris Chabaudie, Executive Director of Magellan Study Abroad, a leader in summer immersion programs for teenagers in Spain, couldn't hide his excitement.The arrival of Iberia at LAX is a huge advantage for our clients. We will soon be only 12 hours away from Spain!" With most of its camp locations in Spain, Magellan Study Abroad, based in Los Angeles, has been flying teenagers for many years between the continental US and Spain.For our California based customers it's a huge plus and an incredible peace of mind for parents,continued Chabaudie.For the students, the new direct flights cut about 6 to 8 hours of traveling time by elimination of any East coast connection and they will be flying planes especially equipped for long haul routes."Magellan Study Abroad, founded and staffed by educators, provides a variety of supervised immersion programs in Europe and Central America. Students are chaperoned by California high school language teachers on group flights to their program destinations.

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