LEVEL is a low cost carrier (News – Low Cost Carrier LEVEL Starts Operations) set up by International Airlines Group (IAG) to handle long haul operations out of Europe and compete with the likes Joon (News – Air France Unveiled New Low Cost Carrier Named Joon), WOW Air and Norwegian Air Shuttle (News – Norwegian Controls Low Cost Transatlantic Flights).
On the heels of Air France introducing its own low cost subsidiary Joon for a September 2017 launch (Related News – Air France Unveiled New Low Cost Carrier Named Joon), International Airlines Group (IAG) announced it has ordered additional aircrafts for its similar LEVEL subsidiary and expands operations to Buenos Aires.
Air France announced a new low cost carrier named Joon to compete with its European and North American rivals in 2017.
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International Airlines Group (IAG) introduced a new low cost carrier LEVEL into Barcelona back in March 2017 (News). June 1, 2017 will be remembered as the first day the airline’s new operations.
International Airlines Group (IAG), parent company to British Airways, will start a new long haul low cost carrier (LCC) named LEVEL based at the Barcelona El-Prat Airport (BCN). Taking a page off another LCC, WOW Air, introductory fares start at €99/US$149 one way.