Earlier this year, LEVEL commenced operations from Barcelona El Prat Airport with two Airbus A330-200 aircraft.
Well, it seems that LEVEL appears to be doing well enough to assign another three aircraft over to it.
According to the airline, they will be taking delivery of three Airbus A330-200 aircraft commencing Summer 2018.
— LEVEL_en (@flywithlevelEN) July 24, 2017
The order for the planes are converted from options IAG holds.
LEVEL is slowly expanding, with the airline launching initially with four routes out of Barcelona (Oakland for San Francisco, Punta Cana for Dominican Republic, Los Angeles and Buenos Aires).
The airline is planning to expand its operation to Buenos Aires with a planned expansion of the service to five days a week from the 29th October 2017
As for where the next three aircraft go – that’s the question that needs to be answered. According to FlightGlobal, there’s an indication that LEVEL is looking beyond Barcelona for new bases for these aircraft.
And that could mark the expansion of LEVEL to new homes and new markets.
Whilst the seemingly growing appetite for low-cost carriers over the Atlantic is growing – the big question remains can this growth be maintained… or will it come crashing down?
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