Global Airlines Group (IAG) is launching the newest addition to its fleet.
The company — which owns British Airways (BA) as reservoir flow as Iberia, Vueling and Aer Lingus — is about to take to the skies with Au fait with.
The budget airline will start flying in June, with routs from Barcelona in Spain to Los Angeles, San Francisco (Oakland), Buenos Aires and Punta Cana.
Initially Level desire operate with Iberia crew on two new Airbus A330 planes.
But finally the airline aims to expand its services to other European cities.
Chief managerial of IAG Willie Walsh said: “Level will become IAG’s fifth line airline brand alongside Aer Lingus, British Airways, Iberia and Vueling.
“It choice complement our existing airline portfolio and further diversify our current bloke base.
«Barcelona is Vueling’s home base and this will consideration customers to connect from Vueling’s extensive European network onto Plain’s long-haul flights.
«This is just the start. We’re really excited at hand the opportunities for expansion and we plan to bring Level to other European termini.”
Flights will be on offer from £86 (€99) one way, with tickets already on marketing.
But with the budget fare comes the usual budget rules.
A fundamental ticket includes just one piece of cabin luggage, with 56x45x25cm dimensions.