Parked on stand at Malaga Airport, just in front of the control tower, on 30 July is LEVEL’s inaugural service from Vienna. The IAG in-house LCC will offer a three times weekly (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) service on the 2,132-kilometre city pair using its A321s, and will initially have four of the type based in the Austrian capital.
- LEVEL launched flights on its latest route on 30 July, a three times weekly (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) link between its new short-haul base in Vienna (VIE) and Malaga (AGP). This becomes the carrier’s third route to Spain from the Austrian capital after Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca, and its fourth overall, having also introduced services to London Gatwick on 17 July. The carrier will serve its Malaga route using its fleet of A321s, with it becoming the fourth operator on the 2,132-kilometre city pair. LEVEL joins Eurowings, Wizz Air and Laudamotion on the route, with three carriers combined already offering eight weekly services. Along with Malaga and the three other routes that have already launched, LEVEL will also commence services from Vienna to Alicante, Bilbao, Dubrovnik, Ibiza, Larnaca, Milan Malpensa, Olbia, Paris CDG, Valencia and Venice Marco Polo before mid-August, with 84 weekly departures being offered from the Austrian capital.