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LEVEL Airlines is preparing to launch its 2024 summer season with a brand-new route connecting Miami (MIA) and Barcelona (BCN). This expansion will bring these two cities closer than ever, with LEVEL Airlines increasing its seat capacity to Barcelona by 50 percent compared to the previous season.

To support this growth, LEVEL Airlines will introduce a sixth aircraft to its fleet with the goal of reaching eight vessels by 2026. The airline also plans to initiate the process of obtaining its own Air Operator Certificate (AOC) within the IAG group in 2024..

US Market is Key for LEVEL Airlines

The United States market is a key focus for LEVEL Airlines. The new Miami to Barcelona service initially operates three times a week and increases to four frequencies from June to September (flying on Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays). In addition, the airline will expand its program with daily flights from New York, Boston and Los Angeles to the Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat Airport.

New York will have daily service throughout the season (April to October), while Los Angeles and Boston will have daily flights from June to September, a significant increase in seats compared to 2023.

The seasonal route from San Francisco to Barcelona will also resume on March 31. Four weekly frequencies, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays, will offer your West Coast clients non-stop options to this Mediterranean city.

LEVEL Airlines’ increased operations for the upcoming summer season equals 200,000 additional seats compared to 2023. Plus, through connectivity with Vueling, another IAG airline, LEVEL Airlines can offer a wide variety of destinations throughout Spain and Europe.

The carrier is one of the six airline brands within IAG, alongside Aer Lingus, British Airways, Iberia, Iberia Express, and Vueling, offering your clients travel at attractive prices.

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