IAG Discussion

Discussion in 'Other Public Transport' started by freetoview33, 6 Mar 2019.

  1. freetoview33

    freetoview33 Established Member

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    I think we need a new thread specifically for IAG related matters!

    The first thing that is confusing me is Level!

    Flights from Paris say operated by "Open Skies" for Level France - Bookable through Level
    Flights from Barcelona say operated by "Iberia" for Level France - Bookable through Level
    Flights from Vienna say operated by "Anisec Luftfahrt" for Level - Bookable through Vueling

    Also in the latest IAG accounts there is a new company called "FLY LEVEL UK Limited" which is an interesting one too.

    Very confusing.
     
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  3. DanNCL

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    Level is basically just a brand name - all of their flights are operated by Anisec Luftfahrt, Iberia and Open Skies (which are all owned by IAG). It's similar to the split between Easy Jet, Easy Jet Switzerland and Easy Jet Europe, one brand but services provided by multiple different subsidiaries of that brand (or in the case of Level their parent company).

    IAG is formed of the following airlines:
    Aer Lingus
    Air Nostrum - operates as Iberia Regional
    Anisec Luftfahrt - operates as Level
    BA CityFlyer - operates as British Airways
    British Airways
    Iberia - some flights operated as Level but most operated as Iberia
    Iberia Express
    Level - effectively just a brand name
    Open Skies - formerly operated as a sub brand of British Airways, now operates as Level
    Vueling

    Hopefully this solves at least some of the confusion :smile:
     
  4. freetoview33

    freetoview33 Established Member

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    I knew that but I guess the question was more along the lines of do you think Vueling will merge into Level? And the Fly Level UK come to anything?
     

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