International Airlines Group (IAG), the parent company of British Airways, Iberia, Vueling and Aer Lingus, is launching a new low-cost airline, LEVEL, in June 2017.
The new airline will start operations from a base at Barcelona (BCN). Flights to Los Angeles (twice weekly) commence on June 1 and to San Francisco (Oakland) will operate three times a week from June 2. Flights to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic will operate twice per week from June 10 and flights to Buenos Aires will start on June 17 and operate three times per week.
LEVEL will fly two new Airbus A330 aircraft branded in its own livery and fitted with 293 economy and 21 premium economy seats. Initially it will be operated by Iberia's flight and cabin crew. The plan is to expand from Barcelona to bases in other European cities.
Fares start from €99/US$149 one way and tickets are on sale now at flylevel.com. Checked luggage (in addition to a free cabin bag), meals, seat selection and the latest movie releases will be complimentary for customers flying in premium economy. Those travelling in economy can chose what they want to buy based on a menu of choices.
All customers will have access to next generation inflight technology with a wide range of onboard entertainment options. High speed internet connectivity will be available with prices starting at €8.99.
Find out more at: www.flylevel.com