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Mon Mar 20, 2017 12:00 pm

Barcelona/Bay Area fellow here and super excited to see new direct flights, even if low cost, popping up into the picture.

I agree with everyone here on the brand look being completely uninspiring, but does it really matter? I for one can't wait to fly non-stop to the bay area from my home city. I've flown Norwegian 787's before into OSL/ARN from OAK and even when no food was provided the experience has been consistently great.
 
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Mon Mar 20, 2017 12:16 pm

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Hello there. First post for me. Why is BCN-EZE 'awfully long' for an A332? In terms of passengers comfort?


In terms of aircraft range. This new BCN-EZE will be on par with what was until not long ago the longest A330 route, SEA-HKG (DL). As a comparison, and if I'm not mistaken, currently the longest A330 route is Iberia's MAD-NRT.

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Mon Mar 20, 2017 12:47 pm

Miguel1982 wrote:
aviacionlvr wrote:

Hello there. First post for me. Why is BCN-EZE 'awfully long' for an A332? In terms of passengers comfort?


In terms of aircraft range. This new BCN-EZE will be on par with what was until not long ago the longest A330 route, SEA-HKG (DL). As a comparison, and if I'm not mistaken, currently the longest A330 route is Iberia's MAD-NRT.

All three here: GC Map


As side question then, why is IAG/Iberia/Level using A330's instead of 787s?
 
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Mon Mar 20, 2017 3:47 pm

aviacionlvr wrote:
Irehdna wrote:
On another note, 5666 nmi BCN to EZE is awfully long for an A332, especially with a dense configuration this 'LEVEL' airlines is operating.


Hello there. First post for me. Why is BCN-EZE 'awfully long' for an A332? In terms of passengers comfort?


Each aircraft has a range of which it can fly on one tank of fuel. For the A332, this range is not much further than the distance between Barcelona and Buenos Aires. To add to that, heavier aircraft (the capacity will be very high due to the lack of business/first class) often have even lower max ranges, so they may often have to be "restricted," with seats blocked, probably what 'LEVEL' doesn't want happening.
 
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Tue Mar 21, 2017 12:21 am

Irehdna wrote:
aviacionlvr wrote:
Irehdna wrote:
On another note, 5666 nmi BCN to EZE is awfully long for an A332, especially with a dense configuration this 'LEVEL' airlines is operating.


Hello there. First post for me. Why is BCN-EZE 'awfully long' for an A332? In terms of passengers comfort?


Each aircraft has a range of which it can fly on one tank of fuel. For the A332, this range is not much further than the distance between Barcelona and Buenos Aires. To add to that, heavier aircraft (the capacity will be very high due to the lack of business/first class) often have even lower max ranges, so they may often have to be "restricted," with seats blocked, probably what 'LEVEL' doesn't want happening.


Shouldn't 787s be a better choice then for this? Maybe this range issue could be why they went for a 2-4-2 vs a 3-4-3 configuration.

It sounds like they are pushing it a bit here. I'm sure the safety of the flight is not compromised in any way in the event of a contingency BUT... feels awkward anyway. Also, someone mentioned that ATC messages will have lots of "LEVEL"s wording which could make things even weirder.
 
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Tue Mar 21, 2017 1:31 am

Shouldn't 787s be a better choice then for this? Maybe this range issue could be why they went for a 2-4-2 vs a 3-4-3 configuration.

It sounds like they are pushing it a bit here. I'm sure the safety of the flight is not compromised in any way in the event of a contingency BUT... feels awkward anyway. Also, someone mentioned that ATC messages will have lots of "LEVEL"s wording which could make things even weirder.


Apparently LAX-BCN states IB2624 'Iberia operated by LEVEL' but don't know if this IB2624 is only a code-share number.

If so, it would be interesting what the IATA/ICAO codes are. I'm thinking LV/LVL (both are not taken yet).
 
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Tue Mar 21, 2017 1:37 am

Manager: My employee needs to travel from Los Angeles to Barcelona for business.
Manager 2: He could take Iberia, United, American Airlines, British Airways, or take the all new non-stop flight on LEVEL.
Manager: Hmm, British Airways, American Airlines, or LEVEL?

I cannot wait for such naturally hilarious conversations like "British Airways or LEVEL" coming up soon!
 
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Tue Mar 21, 2017 1:49 am

aviacionlvr wrote:
Irehdna wrote:
aviacionlvr wrote:

Hello there. First post for me. Why is BCN-EZE 'awfully long' for an A332? In terms of passengers comfort?


Each aircraft has a range of which it can fly on one tank of fuel. For the A332, this range is not much further than the distance between Barcelona and Buenos Aires. To add to that, heavier aircraft (the capacity will be very high due to the lack of business/first class) often have even lower max ranges, so they may often have to be "restricted," with seats blocked, probably what 'LEVEL' doesn't want happening.


Shouldn't 787s be a better choice then for this? Maybe this range issue could be why they went for a 2-4-2 vs a 3-4-3 configuration.

It sounds like they are pushing it a bit here. I'm sure the safety of the flight is not compromised in any way in the event of a contingency BUT... feels awkward anyway. Also, someone mentioned that ATC messages will have lots of "LEVEL"s wording which could make things even weirder.


1. Where are they going to get 787s in a short period of time for these ops?

2. What A330 is flying with 3-4-3? Maybe you mean 3-3-3?
 
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Tue Mar 21, 2017 9:32 am

LEVEL is the name of the brand, it doesn't have to be the ATC call sign
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Re: IAG Low Cost from BCN will be named "Level"

Tue Mar 21, 2017 10:05 am

Birdwatching wrote:
LEVEL is the name of the brand, it doesn't have to be the ATC call sign


Further. At this point, LEVEL is not an airline at all. These are operated as Iberia mainline under their AOC. ATC will refer to them as "Iberia"
 
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Tue Mar 21, 2017 1:02 pm

I thought it might be useful to provide a summary of the more regular questions

Why “Level”?
Level is a marketing brand only. IAG have not invested a lot of money developing the brand which reduces the costs of failure. Level does not have a separate Air Operator's Certificate (yet). Flights will be operated by Iberia crew, using IB flight numbers and the Iberia call sign

Why not “Iberia (Express)” or “Vueling”?
These are already established brands with both positive and negative expectations from customers. IAG may want a blank slate to compete against other long haul LCC operators. A new brand allows them to expand from other bases and countries quickly without the baggage of Iberia and Vueling associations

Why the A330 and why 2-4-2 not 3-3-3?
The A330 is a capable aircraft for the routes that level will fly. It also provides fleet commonality with Iberia and Aer Lingus who also fly the A330 in a 2-4-2 configuration. So if this venture fails those aircraft can be repainted and get back flying and making money very quickly.

Why not the 787?
There are no 787 airframes available in the IAG fleet or on the order book to operate these flights for Level. Also the only IAG 787 certified crews are BA employees, based in London. It's a lean subfleet so I dont expect they'd have the scheduling capacity in the crew rosters to fly for Level. IB on the other hand has A330 certified crews based in both Madrid and BCN.

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Tue Mar 21, 2017 3:28 pm

Will they brand their economy cabin "Bottom Level"? :)
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Tue Mar 21, 2017 6:03 pm

Irehdna wrote:
Manager: My employee needs to travel from Los Angeles to Barcelona for business.
Manager 2: He could take Iberia, United, American Airlines, British Airways, or take the all new non-stop flight on LEVEL.
Manager: Hmm, British Airways, American Airlines, or LEVEL?

I cannot wait for such naturally hilarious conversations like "British Airways or LEVEL" coming up soon!


Don't forget to mention that employee can also fly Norwegian, because that's the reason they started Level. For IAG this is a logical move. If the passengers move over to Norwegian they lost them, if they move over to Level they still got them.
 
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Wed Mar 22, 2017 12:32 pm

incitatus wrote:
Will they brand their economy cabin "Bottom Level"? :)


hahahaha cracking (British?) wit :lol:
 
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Wed Mar 29, 2017 5:34 pm

Interesting news on this Argentinian article: Air Nostrum (who operates regional flights in Spain on behalf of Iberia and is affiliated to OW) has acquired 49% of Flyest (an Argentinian airline). Apparently, Flyest will feed Level flights from EZE to BCN.

http://www.reportur.com/argentina/2017/ ... nos-aires/

A question for the group: Do you think Norwegian will end up launching BCN-EZE, as they stated in the past? The first-mover advantage from Level combined with this feed possibility from Flyest in Argentina definitely creates a tough environment for them.
 
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Sun May 07, 2017 9:09 am

The first A330 has been ferried to MAN for repaint.

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Mon May 08, 2017 4:55 pm

alexwm wrote:
Interesting news on this Argentinian article: Air Nostrum (who operates regional flights in Spain on behalf of Iberia and is affiliated to OW) has acquired 49% of Flyest (an Argentinian airline). Apparently, Flyest will feed Level flights from EZE to BCN.

http://www.reportur.com/argentina/2017/ ... nos-aires/

A question for the group: Do you think Norwegian will end up launching BCN-EZE, as they stated in the past? The first-mover advantage from Level combined with this feed possibility from Flyest in Argentina definitely creates a tough environment for them.


Who is Flyest?
I don't see any information about them when doing a Wikipedia search. They're not listed as an airline flying to EZE nor under the "list of Argentinian airlines" page. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

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Fri May 12, 2017 1:16 pm

First aircraft is fresh out of MS paint...

http://skyliner-aviation.de/viewphoto.m ... picid=9936
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Re: IAG Low Cost from BCN will be named "Level"

Fri May 12, 2017 1:35 pm

winterlight wrote:
First aircraft is fresh out of MS paint...

http://skyliner-aviation.de/viewphoto.m ... picid=9936


Ehhhhh... Could be a lot better. The "Level" on the tail really sticks out like a sore thumb as basic and an eyesore. I like that the winglets are either painted different colors on either side of the plane or on each side of the winglet, I can't tell.
 
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Fri May 12, 2017 1:39 pm

I guess if the price is right, customers won't care what the plane looks like. I personally don't like it.

But thank you for posting.
 
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Fri May 12, 2017 1:42 pm

winterlight wrote:
First aircraft is fresh out of MS paint...

http://skyliner-aviation.de/viewphoto.m ... picid=9936


Slightly different than what the initial livery was. "LEVEL" on the fuselage is now above the windows, rather than directly over them.

I cannot wait to see this plane at airports like LAX and BCN in the face of airlines like BA, QF, UA, AA etc :P
 
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Fri May 12, 2017 1:47 pm

Can someone explain how this is a Long Haul Low Cost airline? Their costs aren't low because they're using an IB airplane with IB crew, right? Or does charging for bags, water, and seat selection now qualify an airline as "Low Cost"? Its just weird and seems kind of arbitrary, this whole venture. I guess if the plan is to eventually hire crew solely for Level then it makes sense, but why not just do that from the start then? The low cost part of a low cost airline is supposed to be their operating costs, not the fares
 
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Fri May 12, 2017 1:49 pm

Irehdna wrote:
winterlight wrote:
First aircraft is fresh out of MS paint...

http://skyliner-aviation.de/viewphoto.m ... picid=9936


Slightly different than what the initial livery was. "LEVEL" on the fuselage is now above the windows, rather than directly over them.

I'm guessing when they considered the L2/R2 doors (if you look at the initial rendering you will notice their required outlining was ignored) they figured the Level name looked too butchered.
 
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Fri May 12, 2017 2:10 pm

Polot wrote:
Irehdna wrote:
winterlight wrote:
First aircraft is fresh out of MS paint...

http://skyliner-aviation.de/viewphoto.m ... picid=9936


Slightly different than what the initial livery was. "LEVEL" on the fuselage is now above the windows, rather than directly over them.

I'm guessing when they considered the L2/R2 doors (if you look at the initial rendering you will notice their required outlining was ignored) they figured the Level name looked too butchered.


I'm sorry everyone but this is one of the laziest exercises in branding I've ever seen.

IAG clearly don't care, but this is no surprise coming from a monolithic corporation who have form stripping their airlines bare; bare of branding, bare of warmth, bare of personality, bare of customer service, bare of cost to the point they're close to Spirit Airlines' level for complaints, ineptitude and poor quality. And still they're not done.

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Fri May 12, 2017 6:22 pm

TheLion wrote:
I'm sorry everyone but this is one of the laziest exercises in branding I've ever seen.

IAG clearly don't care, but this is no surprise coming from a monolithic corporation who have form stripping their airlines bare; bare of branding, bare of warmth, bare of personality, bare of customer service, bare of cost to the point they're close to Spirit Airlines' level for complaints, ineptitude and poor quality. And still they're not done.

IAG: the modern day corporate lovechild of Frank Lorenzo & Carl Icahn's most fevered imaginations.


I agree. Seems like a ripoff of the Iberia livery with a basic Sans-Serif type font spelling "LEVEL" (and I wouldn't consider IB to have a unique, well-designed livery either). Also, the green and blue square of the logo seems like a 5-year old can create, not at the level of a multinational airline corporation.

I don't know why LEVEL was even started. Norwegian (DY) in starting many routes competing with LV, and unlike LV, DY has a stronger network and reputation. DY are also sometimes cheaper, at least on LAX-BCN, than LV. In principle, LV is not at the level of BA, IB, etc. It seems to be a waste of time that could be better spent on improving IAG's existing airlines. BCN, like most leisure destinations, is not a place to start an international airline that can compare with the likes of BA, IB, AF, or even AR/AA/UA.
 
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Re: IAG Low Cost from BCN will be named "Level"

Fri May 12, 2017 7:45 pm

jnev3289 wrote:
Can someone explain how this is a Long Haul Low Cost airline? Their costs aren't low because they're using an IB airplane with IB crew, right? Or does charging for bags, water, and seat selection now qualify an airline as "Low Cost"? Its just weird and seems kind of arbitrary, this whole venture. I guess if the plan is to eventually hire crew solely for Level then it makes sense, but why not just do that from the start then? The low cost part of a low cost airline is supposed to be their operating costs, not the fares


Because they didn't want to go through all the hussle to start an entirely new airline only to figure it didn't work out, so they first do it under their existing Iberia AOC. If it's a success they can always apply for an AOC of it's own, but that's a lot of work for something you're not sure how it's going to work out. By now it's clear that there's a lot of demand for Level so I assume they'll get it their own AOC eventually, but they didn't know that when they started it.

There are other things to save money on as well. You already mentioned charging for additional extras, another point is avoiding the expensive airports. Level has a very limited selection of destinations and that's done on purpose. Some expensive destinations they just don't serve.
 
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Sat May 13, 2017 12:40 am

aa1818 wrote:
alexwm wrote:
Interesting news on this Argentinian article: Air Nostrum (who operates regional flights in Spain on behalf of Iberia and is affiliated to OW) has acquired 49% of Flyest (an Argentinian airline). Apparently, Flyest will feed Level flights from EZE to BCN.

http://www.reportur.com/argentina/2017/ ... nos-aires/

A question for the group: Do you think Norwegian will end up launching BCN-EZE, as they stated in the past? The first-mover advantage from Level combined with this feed possibility from Flyest in Argentina definitely creates a tough environment for them.


Who is Flyest?
I don't see any information about them when doing a Wikipedia search. They're not listed as an airline flying to EZE nor under the "list of Argentinian airlines" page. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers,
AA1818


Flyest is a new airline in Argentina, owned by Spain's Air Nostrum and some local investors. It acquired the AOC and route network from the now defunct Sol Lineas Aereas. It has one CRJ-200 ex Air Nostrum, ex SOL and has not started scheduled operations yet, The LEVEL connection has been suggested due to the existing relationship between IAG and Air Nostrum in Iberia Regional.

http://www.lanacion.com.ar/1992896-flye ... -argentina
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Mon May 15, 2017 9:57 am

The second A330 has been ferried to MAN for paint.

Airbus A330 -202 1784 EC-MOY Level ferried 13may17MAD-MAN for paint ex F-WWYY
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First flight of A330 with level paint in MAN yesterday
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Mon May 15, 2017 11:28 am

Can someone explain how this is a Long Haul Low Cost airline? Their costs aren't low because they're using an IB airplane with IB crew, right? Or does charging for bags, water, and seat selection now qualify an airline as "Low Cost"? Its just weird and seems kind of arbitrary, this whole venture. I guess if the plan is to eventually hire crew solely for Level then it makes sense, but why not just do that from the start then? The low cost part of a low cost airline is supposed to be their operating costs, not the fares

First of all, the new IB is quite cost competitive and has not been afraid to relaunch - with sucess - former routes that had been abandoned to FR, U2 & Co. Then, as I mentioned earlier this whole thing has been brought forward by a year due to DY, thus the Level structure was not yet set up and things seem to have been hurried through. In addition, the while thing seems to be a test balloon, so it's easier to start that with existing aircraft, AOC and crew, and if it doesn't work, just move it all back to IB again.

Let's see how it goes. LH also hurried the launch of EW long-haul through (albeit, with its own crews, etc), and suffered delays, cancellations etc due to lack of preparation, which led to a big PR hit. In consequence, EW longhaul currently does not have a good PR standing in Germany.
 
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Mon May 15, 2017 2:20 pm

Early news seem to show that LEVEL is quite successful in initial sales. Will we see IAG expanding this to UK? BA has basically withdrew completely from long haul market from secondary UK cities. I can see LEVEL works at Manchester with flights like MAN-JFK, MAN-FLL and MAN-MCO. If LEVEL continues to be successful at BCN, may be IAG can finally find a good solution for places like Manchester, Edinburgh and Glasgow?
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Mon May 15, 2017 2:27 pm

Shouldn't this fake LHLC actually fly first before we call it "successful"? Anyone can sell a ton of cheapo fares on attractive routes, but continually doing it, up-selling, and maintaining the reputation and service desired is the real name of the game.
 
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Mon May 15, 2017 2:27 pm

raylee67 wrote:
Early news seem to show that LEVEL is quite successful in initial sales. Will we see IAG expanding this to UK? BA has basically withdrew completely from long haul market from secondary UK cities. I can see LEVEL works at Manchester with flights like MAN-JFK, MAN-FLL and MAN-MCO. If LEVEL continues to be successful at BCN, may be IAG can finally find a good solution for places like Manchester, Edinburgh and Glasgow?


IAG have said FCO and CDG will be next.

Norwegian has no B787s in the UK outside LGW.
 
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