LEVEL presented its schedule for the northern summer season, increasing its services to the United States and flying year-round to Chile. The airline continues to strengthen its operation at El Prat Airport (BCN), recently adding a fifth aircraft to its fleet.
Starting in June, IAG’s long-haul low-cost airline will have a daily flight to New York (JFK) throughout the summer season and will increase its services to Boston (BOS) to four weekly flights. The route between Barcelona (BCN) and San Francisco (SFO) will have the same operations as last season, operating four flights a week.
This increase in its services will mean 20% more weekly seats to the North American nation, consolidating its commitment to the U.S. market. The airline will connect the Catalan capital with New York (JFK), Boston (BOS), San Francisco (SFO) and Los Angeles (LAX).
On the other hand, LEVEL will expand its operations in South America, the route between Barcelona (BCN) and Santiago de Chile (SCL) will be available throughout the year and will have three weekly flights in the month of June. At the end of October last year, the airline resumed its services to the Chilean capital after a suspension of more than two and a half years.
On the Barcelona (BCN) – Buenos Aires (EZE) segment, the airline will have five weekly flights between May and August, and in March, April and September it will offer six weekly operations. On both Latin American routes, IAG’s long-haul low-cost carrier is the only airline connecting the Catalan capital with Argentina and Chile.
With this renewed schedule for the summer season 2023, LEVEL aims to strengthen intercontinental connectivity from El Prat Airport (BCN) and America, in particular, to its destinations in the United States and South America.
«As a company, we are proud to reinforce the offer at a key time such as summer. This increase in operations demonstrates our goal of continuing to strengthen Barcelona’s long-haul connectivity with strategic markets such as the United States, Argentina and Chile,» said Lucía Adrover, commercial director of LEVEL.
Source : Aviaci Online