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LEVEL Air – Do you think it will be in business through the summer?

LEVEL Air – Do you think it will be in business through the summer?

  1. Anonymous

    I am trying to find a reasonably priced flight from Paris to EWR (Newark, NJ) in early August 2019. There are not many options for my family of 5 that are reasonable. LEVEL does have the direct flight we would want. I am concerned that they may go under as did Primera Air. Any idea how they are doing and how their flights tend to be? I am not expecting to be impressed as they are considered a discount airline, but want to be safe and not stranded in Paris. Thanks!

  2. OCTinPHL

    Level is owned by IAG (parent to BA, Iberia and Aer Lingus). If IAG were to shut down Level, I would think (hope) that tickets would be honored on other IAG airlines (perhaps not the exact route, and perhaps not the exact days). In fact, I think that Iberia actually operates Level’s transatlantic flights from Barcelona (under the Level brand), while Level operates its own intra-Europe flights. I think it is the same from Paris but it is OpenSkies (another former IAG airline brand). I would take the risk. IAG / Level seems more financially sound than Primera was.

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