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About LEVEL Airlines
LEVEL is British Airways’s new subsidiary low-cost, long-haul airline. The budget airline is the 5th main airline brand for International Airlines Group (IAG). Other airlines include Vueling, Iberia, Aer Lingus and British Airways. LEVEL currently flies to the following destinations, with 14 European destinations included: New York, Montreal, Boston, San Francisco, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Oakland, Los Angeles, Buenos Aires, Paris and Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic - out of Barcelona, using 2 of Iberia's aircraft. Three jets will be added to the fleet, at least 2 of which will go to the new base, which will either be Rome or Paris. Level operates two Airbus A330s using Iberia’s cabin and flight crew and plans to operate more flight routes from 2018.
LEVEL provides a transatlantic route with its first flights operating from Barcelona to Los Angeles, Oakland, Punta Cara and Buenos Aires. LEVEL offers passengers to fly on a basic fare, with the option to buy additional purchases such as entertainment and food.
LEVEL Airline Baggage
Premium Economy: 1 checked baggage, 1 cabin bag, meals, movie and seat selection.
Wifi, meals and drinks are served on board.
1 item of hand baggage allowed with an additional item that should fit under the seat in front of you. Max size: 56cm x 45xm x 25xm
23kg, maximum 32kg
158cm - h + w + l
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Barcelona – Los Angeles
Barcelona – Oakland
Barcelona – Buenos Aires
Barcelona - Punta Cana
Los Angeles – Barcelona
Oakland - Barcelona
Level Fare Classes
Level's First and Business Class services are referred to as the airline's "Premium" service."
Level's Economy Class cabin offers passengers excellent value and allows passengers to choose what they need to enjoy their flight.
Passengers flying with Level's Economy Class are able to purchase additional baggage, WI-FI as well as snacks and drinks on board.
What are Economy seats like?
In Level's Economy class cabin, passengers can enjoy generous legroom as well as 9 inches personal TV which is built into the seat in fron of them.
Passengers travelling on Level's premium service are permitted one cabin bag and two checked bags as well as Priority Check-in.
While on board their Level flight, passengers will be treated to a full three course meal as well as snacks and complimentary drinks.
What are Level's Premium seats like?
Level's Premium seats provide passengers with a a roomy 37 inches of legroom, generous recline as well as their own adjustable footrest. Passengers are provided with blankets, pillows as well as a complimentary amenity kit. You'll never be low on charge with built- USB charging ports.
LEVEL Airlines Hub Airport
LEVEL Airlines has one of its operating bases at Bareclona-El Prat Airport. This international airport is located just outside the city of Barcelona, and is the second busiest in Spain, after Madrid Barajas Airport. 2017 saw this airport deal with 47.28 million passengers and 323,000 aircraft movements.
Barcelona Airport is also the hub for Vueling, but also operates services for many airlines including easyJet, Norwegian, American Airlines and previously Clickair.
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LEVEL Airline News
23rd July 2018
LEVEL planning long-haul flights from Vienna
The low budget subsidiary airline of British Airways is planning to expand its network of long-haul flights fmor Vienna, Austria. This will put it in competition with other long-haul airlines such as Norwegian. LEVEL airline was chosen in order to expand the network of long-haul flights further. Other budget airlines which have launched include: Eurowings, Easyjet and Wizz Air. LEVEL airline currently flies to 14 destinations in Europe, such as Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca.
28th June 2018
Low-cost airline Level Commences Short-haul Routes
From 17th July, IAG is expanding its new airline Level into short-haul routes, providing low-cost flights between Vienna and European destinations: between Vienna - Palma, Vienna - London Gatwick, before new routes to other destinations such as Barcelona, Malaga and Paris commence in August.
Level was established in 2017 to offer low-cost long-haul flights, joining a similar airline such as Norwegian.
But IAG said today that Level would expand into the short-haul market where it will compete with Europe's biggest low-cost carrier Ryanair.
Austria has become the new front line in the battle between low-cost carriers after the collapse last year of Austrian airline Niki, part of bankrupt Air Berlin.
The freed up space in the Austrian capital Vienna, from the collapsed Austrian airline Niki, and has allowed budget airlines EasyJet, Eurowings and Wizz Air to launch or add services.
20th June 2018
Low-cost Spain flights move to SFO from Oakland
Level Airlines to add nonstops to Barcelona
IAG’s Level subsidiary will move its flights across the bay from Oakland to SFO in October
Level, the low-cost affiliate of British Airways and Iberia – all are subsidiaries of parent International Airlines Group (IAG) – plans to shift its Bay Area Barcelona flights from Oakland International to San Francisco International this fall.
Starting October 31, Level will operate two winter season flights a week to Barcelona from SFO with a 288-passenger A330-200 equipped with premium economy and regular economy seating.
IAG created Level to compete head-to-head against low-cost transatlantic specialist Norwegian, which started flying from Oakland to Barcelona in summer of 2017 – about the same time IAG did. Oakland is Norwegian's gateway of choice in the Bay Area, and it also flies to Barcelona from Los Angeles International – another route where Level now flies on a seasonal basis.
But two months ago, IAG's Iberia subsidiary launched new service from SFO to Madrid, and Level's move there will keep the Spain service from the two sister companies in the same airport.
So far, Level's only U.S. routes are to Barcelona from the Bay Area and LAX, but the fledgling carrier is adding more A330s to its fleet with plans to base a third plane at Barcelona and to bring Paris Orly into its transatlantic network. Level will fly from Orly to Newark and Montreal, as well as the French islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe in the Caribbean.
Norwegian also flies from Oakland to London Gatwick, and last year IAG jumped into that route as well -- not with its Level subsidiary, but with British Airways. BA's other Bay Area London flights operate from SFO and San Jose to Heathrow, not Gatwick.
British Airways has also been converting some of its 777-200ERs to a higher-density configuration to compete with low-cost competition like Norwegian from London Gatwick, and it will put the aircraft onto some U.S. routes later this year. The three-class 777s will have 32 business class seats, 52 in premium economy and 252 in regular economy. They'll fly once a week to Gatwick from Ft. Lauderdale starting September 13, daily from New York JFK beginning July 8, once or twice a week from Orlando as of May 11, and twice a week from Tampa starting June 7.
31st May 2018
LEVEL adds A330 and aims for Paris
LEVEL has welcomed the first A330-200 aircraft to its fleet as it prepares to add Paris Orly Airport (ORY) as a hub in July 2018. The new aircraft has a total of 314 seats, made up of 21 Premium Class and 293 Economy Class.
The Spanish airline plans to keep two A330s at its Paris Orly base, which will operate on the following services:
- to Montréal, three times a week from 2nd July 2018
- to Pointe à Pitre, Gudeloupe, four times a week from 3rd July 2018
- to Fort de France, Martinique, three times a week from 3rd September 2018
- to Newark, four times a week from 3rd September 2018
11th April 2018
British Airways to offer new basic fares on long-haul routes
British Airways, the parent company of Level Airlines, have announced that passengers will now have to pay to check luggage on some long-haul routes. A new “basic” fare has been introduced for passengers who have only hand baggage, with tickets costing up to £60 less than the standard return fare, the airline said. Basic fare tickets went on sale on Wednesday for flights from London to Austin, Boston, Delhi, Denver, Dubai, Hong Kong, Oakland, Philadelphia, Punta Cana and Singapore. The cheapest fare – to Dubai – will cost £143 each way. Passengers will still be served complimentary food and drink and be able to take two items of hand luggage on board. But checking a bag for people flying on basic fare tickets will cost from £80 return, with seat selection starting at £20 each way. BA already offers this type of basic fare on its short-haul flights.
LEVEL Airlines Fleet
2 Airbus A330
These flight models holds 293 seats in Economy and 21 in Premium Economy.