Level Reviews 2017

Level, a wholly-owned subsidiary of International Airlines Group, was established by IAG and is a low-cost airline based in Barcelona, Spain. They aim to become an independent subsidiary within International Airlines Group and expand their services to more European cities.

Our latest Level reviews take a look into this budget airline from Spain, their official website, their main features, services, and inflight experience, and what passengers have to say about them. We hope that these Level reviews help.

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Background and History

Level is owned by their parent company IAG International Airlines Group. The CEO of International Airlines Group Willie Walsh is the key leader of Level, which was launched by the former group.

Founded on March 17, 2017, the Spanish low-cost carrier started operations in June 2017 flying from Barcelona to Los Angeles, Oakland, Buenos Aires, and Punta Cana. Level operates from their main base Barcelona-El Prat Airport. With codeshare agreements with American Airlines and Vueling, Level has a current fleet consisting of 2 Airbus A330-200.

What Users Have to Say

Unfortunately, there are little to no Level reviews online from which to base our opinion on. In this case, we will rely on the general appearance of their official website to come up with our own Level reviews.

However, there were a couple of Level reviews on thepointsguy and loyaltylobby. Here is what Freddo Zabaleta wrote in his Level reviews: “The Premium Economy cabin consists of 21 reclinable seats with 37” pitch in a 2-3-2 layout. The seats are sleek but with much more cushion than the seats in Economy. The fabric used for the cushions is breathable and it did not feel hot at any point of the flight.” He said the flight’s food was good, concluding, “This Premium Economy product reminded me of what Economy Class long haul hard product used to be 20 years ago in terms of pitch and width of the seats and the footrest and the food servings.”

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Their Official Website and Main Services and Features

Level Reviews 2017 official website

Their blue and green website’s already been developed, with a great bold format and a lot of information about flying with Level:

You can check out the different fares of Level’s cabin classes, here. Level has Economy and Premium Economy classes. Economy class is like most airlines’, offering its fliers their own personal 9-inch TV screen loaded with films and more, onboard WiFi, the option to add on baggage, hot meal, and select your preferred seat, and shop for food, drink, Duty Free products, and Level-Comfort Packs onboard. On Premium Economy, fliers get their own 12-inch TV screen, large legroom and a footrest, and a three-course meal with drinks and snacks.

Level Reviews 2017 cabin interior

For more information, updates, and offers about Level, view their Twitter account here. Level can also be followed on their Facebook and Instagram accounts at the bottom of their homepage.

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Concluding Words About the Airline

Level so far had been one of the more popular new airlines by International Airlines Group. A lot of people had been noticing how easy and pleasant they are, and their prices are attractive.

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