Level becomes independent from Iberia as an airline

Level, a commercial brand of the IAG group, is awaiting permits to become its own airline outside Iberia. Until now it operated under Iberia’s codes due to the absence of the air operator’s certificate required to carry out its activity.

IAG’s low-cost airline operates from Barcelona to New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, Buenos Aires and Santiago de Chile. For 2024, IAG has revealed that it will launch a new route to Miami, which will operate at the end of March. It will also expand seats to Boston, New York and Los Angeles (Level launches promotional flights with Tui to Miami and New York).

Level’s medium- to long-term goal is to expand its coverage with short- and medium-haul flights, according to Luis Gallego, president of IAG.
The airline expects the arrival this year of a new Airbus A330-200 aircraft similar to those it already uses, capable of reaching long routes of up to 11,500 kilometers and with capacity for 288 passengers.
Last year, Level reinforced its operations from its Barcelona hub by increasing frequencies to Latin America. It also recorded strong growth on its routes to Boston and New York.

At present, IAG and its partners have a 32% market share in the so-called South Atlantic, with 45 daily flights to and from the Caribbean and South America.

Source: Reportur.com

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