The young low-cost long-haul company Level will offer tickets in July 2018 at € 99 (one way) for the Antilles!


The promise is tempting: next July, the airline Level, the low-cost long-haul subsidiary of IAG - the mother house of British Airways, Iberia or Vueling - will offer flights from Orly to Guadeloupe and Martinique with call price of € 99 one way.

The airline Level will land in the Antilles. The announcement was made this Tuesday, November 28, by the general manager of the IAG group, International Airlines Group, which notably owns British Airways, Iberia, Vueling and Aer Lingus. Now its low-cost long-haul, Level, will open a base at Paris Orly airport in the summer of 2018 and will notably serve Guadeloupe and Martinique.

The Level company announces prices from 99 euros one way in Economy for the Antilles (note: if at first sight the service is attractive, it will nevertheless be necessary to add to this the price of the return journey, as well as the invoicing of the luggage , meals and other drinks).

The Premium Economy rate includes checked baggage (in addition to free cabin baggage), meals, choice of seat and latest films released. The Economy fare leaves the possibility for passengers to choose the options they want.

"We are absolutely convinced that this is a profitable segment of the market and that we can be profitable," said Mr. Walsh, Managing Director; during a press conference adding that these very attractive prices "stimulate a new demand" on the part of passengers who have never taken a plane or never had the means to afford a long-haul flight.

Three to four flights per week

Level will start serving Guadeloupe from July 3, 2018 with four flights per week. The connection to Martinique will be inaugurated on September 3, 2018 with three flights per week. Level will have two Airbus A330-200s parked at Orly, each with 314 seats, including 21 in Premium class and 293 in Eco class._AF

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