IAG to Discontinue OpenSkies Brand in Favor of Level

By Jesse Sokolow on 28 November 2017
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IMG_5031 (1)British Airways’ parent International Airlines Group announced that Level, the group’s low-cost long-haul carrier, will begin to operate new flights from Paris Orly Airport to Montreal, Guadeloupe, Martinique, and Newark next year. In addition, the airline will begin new service to Boston from Barcelona next spring.

Flights to Montreal are scheduled to begin on July 2, and will be offered three times a week. These will be followed by four weekly flights to Guadeloupe on July 3.

On September 3, 2018, Level will launch thrice weekly service to Martinique, followed by four weekly flights to Newark Liberty International Airport on September 4.

The carrier’s new Barcelona-Boston route will begin on March 28, 2018, and will operate up to three times a week.

The new flights will be operated by crewmembers and staff who currently work for IAG’s OpenSkies, an airline founded by British Airways in 2008. IAG said that it will cease OpenSkies operations at the end of next summer.

Level is a wholly owned subsidiary of International Airlines Group. The low-cost carrier was founded in March 2017, and began operations in June 2017. The airline is headquartered in Barcelona, Spain.

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