The short-haul division of International Airlines Group budget carrier Level is filing for insolvency. Branded as Level Europe, the division was operated by Anisec Luftfahrt.
Fernando Candela, currently the chief executive of Iberia Express, is to become the new chief executive of Level. He has been in his current role at Iberia Express for six years and was previously director of planning and management control at Air Nostrum.
London Luton Airport has welcomed a new airline, Level, which began operating flights to Amsterdam earlier. Level, which is owned by IAG Group, will fly from Luton to Amsterdam six days a week from.
International Airlines Group has appointed Vincent Hodder as chief executive of Level, its low-cost airline brand. Hodder has over 25 years’ experience working with airlines around the world including low cost carriers such as Jetstar in Australia and Asia and VivaAerobus in Mexico.
International Airlines Group’s low-cost long-haul airline, Level, is expanding its fleet with two additional A330-200s, for delivery in 2019, taking its total order for the type to seven.
The inaugural French flight on International Airlines Group’s long-haul, low-cost airline brand will arrive into Montreal at 21:30 with more than 300 passengers on board a new Airbus A330-200 aircraft.
International Airlines Group is to launch a new low-cost Austrian subsidiary, branded as Level, with flights from Vienna starting on July 17th. The new subsidiary will have an Austrian air operator certificate and will be a base for four Airbus A321 aircraft.
International Airlines Group has warned the government air passenger duty undermines Britain’s position as a global trading nation post-Brexit and reduces the chance of its new long-haul, low-cost airline brand Level flying from UK regions.
International Airlines Group will launch flights to Montreal, New York, Guadeloupe and Martinique from Paris Orly from July 2018 via Level - its low cost long-haul airline brand.
International Airlines Group is converting three Airbus A330-200 long-haul aircraft options into firm orders for Level, its new low cost long-haul airline brand which started operations in early June.
International Airlines Group will today launch Level, a new low-cost trans-Atlantic carrier. The first flight from the new airline will leave Barcelona on route to Los Angeles.
Flights on Level can now be booked via the website of its sister airline Vueling in addition to flylevel.com. Customers from across Vueling’s 137 European destinations can book flights to the airline’s home base at Barcelona which connect onto Level’s long-haul network with a single ticket.