Along with global British Airways Executive Club members and UK members of the Avios Travel Rewards Programme, Iberia Plus members will get up to 400 Avios points when buying Heathrow Express tickets online.
Members simply need to buy their train tickets via www.heathrowexpress.com/iberia and their Avios balance will automatically be credited within 21 days from the booked date of travel.
This is part of an ongoing commitment from Heathrow Express to offer more benefits to customers through strategic partnerships with airlines.
Fraser Brown, Commercial Director of Heathrow Express said: “British Airways and Iberia operate over 100 flights a day in to London Heathrow. This agreement deepens our partnership with them, underpinned by a mutual objective to offer the best service to business travellers in and out of London.
"From Heathrow, the fastest way into London is on the Heathrow Express. We run over 150 trains a day carrying more than 17,000 passengers. We are committed to add value to these passengers through partnerships with airlines and our brand partners. As more of our customers pre-book tickets online and as our international passenger numbers continue to grow, we are confident partnerships like this add more value for our customers”.
Nick Pilbeam, Director of New Markets and Business Development, Avios, said: “Extending our partnership with Heathrow Express continues Avios’ tradition of rewarding collectors for travel as well as everyday spend. The collaboration between Heathrow Express, British Airways, Iberia and Avios delivers great value. Simply by travelling with ease and convenience between Heathrow and central London Members are rewarded with Avios for savvy purchasing and travel habits.”
Javier Perales, Head of Iberia Plus, said: “We are always interested in offering additional benefits to Iberia Plus cardholders. This partnership with Heathrow Express allows them to collect more Avios when travelling between Madrid and London Heathrow - a route in which Iberia and British Airways offer up to 13 daily flights.”