Transatlantic airline OpenSkies Airline was a full-service carrier, headquartered in Rungis, near Paris, France.
From September 2018 OpenSkies had plans to cease operations, in order to make way for its parent company's low-cost airline, LEVEL.
In November 2017, the IAG announced that LEVEL would launch flights from Paris-Orly in July 2018.
OpenSkies officially ceased operations in July 2020.
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OpenSkies' fleet consisted of three Airbus A330-200s. Each of these could seat up to 314 passengers. These aircraft were operated under the Level brand before ceasing operations in 2020.
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Carry-on baggage for OpenSkies passengers is one bag and one personal item.
The maximum weight allowance for a piece of carry-on luggage is 23kg (51 lb) and the maximum dimensions is 56cm x 45cm x 25cm (22 in x 17.5 in x 9.85 in).
OpenSkies checked baggage for Economy, Economy Y and Premier Plus passengers is 2 bags, and Business passengers is 3 bags.
Each of the checked bags must comply with the following:
Maximum weight of 23kg (51 lb) and maximum total linear dimensions of 158cm (62 in).
OpenSkies had three cabin classes to choose from - these were Economy, Premium Economy and Business.
Since the airline has ceased operations, there is little information about the services offered in each cabin class.
With Economy Class, you can expect a basic level of service with minimal extras. Premium Economy may offer more space and legroom with amenities. Business Class typically offers a higher level of service, more legroom and privacy.
OpenSkies operated its flights out of Paris-Orly Airport. This airport is one of two international airports serving Paris in France. Orly used to be the main airport in Paris before the opening of the Charles de Gaulle Airport in 1974.
Airlines that frequently fly to/from Orly Airport include Air France, easyJet, TAP Portugal, Transavia France and Vueling, among others.