LEVEL will resume regular flights to Buenos Aires and Santiago de Chile.

LEVEL airline reinforces the connectivity between Barcelona and Latin America recovering its routes from El Prat to Buenos Aires and Santiago de Chile for passengers and cargo.

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Following the opening of Argentine air space, LEVEL has restarted regular flights between Barcelona and Buenos Aires. The airline, which in recent months had launched a special flight operation in coordination with the Argentine authorities, has resumed regular flights. During the next weeks, the company will connect the cities with the Christmas flight program and from next January 12th, the route will be consolidated with three weekly frequencies. Flights take off from Barcelona on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays, and from Buenos Aires on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.

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In addition, from December 22nd, the airline will resume regular flights connecting Barcelona and Santiago de Chile. The operations, temporarily interrupted due to the crisis of the coronavirus, are resumed at Christmas with the aim of building a bridge between the Chilean capital and Barcelona on such important dates. After the Christmas operation, the airline will connect both cities with two frequencies per week. The flights from Barcelona-El Prat will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays. On the other hand, the flights will take off from the Chilean capital on Wednesdays and Fridays.

“It is great news for the connectivity of Barcelona that LEVEL will operate again with regular flights to Buenos Aires and Santiago de Chile, two very relevant cities in Latin America due to their economic and social link with Barcelona”. “We are aware that the current situation demands the greatest flexibility and, therefore, we are confident that the unlimited and free date changes we offer in each reservation will satisfy the new needs of our clients”, said Lucía Adrover, LEVEL’s Commercial Director.

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