Santiago de Chile and New York, two new destinations of Level from Barcelona

The 'low cost' long-haul will incorporate a fourth aircraft to the three that already operate from the Prat Level is not satisfied with Barcelona: starts

Santiago de Chile and New York, two new destinations of Level from Barcelona

The 'low cost' long-haul will incorporate a fourth aircraft to the three that already operate from the Prat

Level is not satisfied with Barcelona: starts to fly from Paris to four other new routes transatlantic

The mark of a low-cost Level, will be premiered at The Prat with the promise of new routes of long range radio to 2018

Level, the airline's low cost long haul, it will operate two new destinations from the airport of Barcelona-El Prat next year, connections weekly to Santiago de Chile and New York. The low cost of the consortium IAG covers a need of the airport of barcelona that still had no direct connection with Chile.

in Addition, with the addition of a fourth aircraft to the current fleet which operates in el Prat, Level plans to increase its current offer for the destinations of San Francisco, Boston and Buenos Aires.

The company reaffirms its bet by the Prat since its creation 15 months ago with five routes to the united States and the focus on South america.

The director general of the Level, Vincent Hodder, has presented the novelties of the season summer 2019 and he has explained that the flight to Santiago de Chile it will start on the 31st of march, and that of New York, on the 27th of July. "We will connect with New York for the same price that could cost you a dinner for three people in Barcelona, only 99 euro with taxes included" by journey, has highlighted Hodder. The management has realized that there will be three connections a week with the north american city.

To Santiago of Chile the plans of the airline are to begin in march with two operations per week, with prices from 219 eur per route, increasing its frequency to four flights weekly by the end of July "when we have the new plane" and 100 plus employees.

Hodder, who assumed the direction of the low-cost airline in July, said that they are working to modify (increase) the growth plan of the company, which initially planned to have a fleet of 15 aircraft and for Hodder "should be about 30".

Up to now, Level has operated without problems since the Prat, as explained Hodder, who stressed that despite the problems there were of a certain collapse in the infrastructure last summer, the low cost has been able to maintain an on-time performance of 83%.

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Updated Date: 12 November 2018, 20:00

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