LEVEL resumes flights between Barcelona and San Francisco.

As of Wednesday, LEVEL will once again connect Barcelona with the West Coast of the United States. IAG’s low-cost long-haul airline is the only one to operate this route connecting Barcelona and San Francisco with two weekly frequencies.

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In addition, the agreement LEVEL has reached with Alaska Airlines to offer connecting flights allows it to reach more West Coast destinations with a stopover in San Francisco. In the same way, people from Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Orange County, Portland San Diego and Seattle will be able to travel to Barcelona via San Francisco. On the other hand, and thanks to the connections with Vueling, the West Coast is also closer to cities such as Seville and Bilbao in Spain or Athens and Rome in Europe, via Barcelona.

Flights will take off from Barcelona on Wednesdays and Sundays. Flights from San Francisco International Airport will depart on Mondays and Thursdays.

“It is great news to resume flights directly connecting Barcelona and the American West Coast. Our flights to San Francisco represent a very relevant connection for both passengers and air cargo and, of course, for Barcelona’s connectivity.” “At LEVEL we work daily to reactivate operations to all our destinations and reconnect Barcelona with destinations as relevant as those operated by LEVEL in America,” said In the words of Lucia Adrover, Commercial Director of LEVEL.

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