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LEVEL to level up its new Miami-Barcelona route

LEVEL, IAG's low-cost long-haul airline, will increase its offering during the peak summer season in the new route to Barcelona from Miami, which will make its debut on March 31.

The route connecting Miami International Airport with Barcelona-El Prat Airport will begin with three weekly frequencies on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays, and grow to a fourth frequency on Saturdays from June to September.

Miami will become the fifth city in the United States that LEVEL connects non-stop from Barcelona, alongside New York, Boston, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.

For the 2024 summer season, LEVEL, IAG’s long-haul airline, will increase its seat capacity in the United States by 50%, demonstrating this market's relevance for the company. 

The new route from Miami and the reinforcement of operations for the upcoming summer period in the U.S. and South America, where LEVEL also operates, are made possible by adding a sixth aircraft to its fleet, strengthening Barcelona's intercontinental hub.Thanks to the connectivity with Vueling, another IAG airline, LEVEL offers various destinations in Spain and Europe.

The sixth aircraft is part of the recently announced fleet growth plan, which aims to reach eight planes by 2026. 

Barcelona is a cosmopolitan destination in Spain. Surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea and Gaudi's art, the city offers visitors a wide range of culture, history, and spectacular beaches for entertainment or simply relaxation. The city is also known for its rich gastronomy, with restaurants catering to every palate.

LEVEL is a long-haul, low-cost International Airlines Group (IAG) airline born in June 2017. LEVEL is one of the six airline brands within IAG, alongside Aer Lingus, British Airways, Iberia, Iberia Express, and Vueling.


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