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LEVEL to Introduce New Service Between Miami and Barcelona

Starting March 31, 2024, LEVEL will launch new service between Miami and Barcelona. The route will initially be operated three times weekly with a 314-passenger Airbus A330-200.


LEVEL Airbus A330-200 Rendering - Courtesy LEVEL/MIA

On Tuesday (September 19, 2023), Miami International Airport (MIA) announced that LEVEL will introduce new service between Miami and Barcelona starting March 31, 2024. Initially, the route will operate three times weekly with a 314-passenger Airbus A330-200. To accommodate the new route, LEVEL will add a sixth A330-200 to their fleet.


In Tuesday’s announcement, LEVEL’s Chief Commercial Officer, Lucía Adrover, said,


“Today is a very important day for the company since announcing the incorporation of the sixth aircraft and the new Barcelona-Miami route is a great step in LEVEL’s commitment to connecting Barcelona with distant destinations in America. We diversified our offer to offer an increasingly broad and robust product to our customers.”


Launched in 2017, LEVEL is the International Consolidated Airlines Group’s (IAG’s) long-haul low-cost carrier, and operates alongside the Group’s other airline brands including Aer Lingus, British Airways, Iberia and Vueling.



Source(s): Miami International Airport/LEVEL

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