Level's first flight to Punta Cana (Dominican Republic) will take off tomorrow, Saturday, at 16.40 hours, from Barcelona-El Prat Airport. It'll be the first non-stop service between both destinations.

According to Level, the route will be operated with an Airbus A330-200 aircraft, which has a capacity of 314 passengers in Premium Economy (21 seats) and Economy (293 seats) classes.

The flight will arrive at Punta Cana International Airport at 19.50 local time.

Level will operate two weekly flights between Barcelona and the Dominican Republic, departing every Wednesday and Saturday.

Every year, more than 56.000 passengers fly indirectly throught other connection airports, with a 16% growth over the previous year. This passengers now can fly non-stop between both destinations. 

This is the third route that Level has launched, after operations on June 1 began in Los Angeles and June 2 in San Francisco (Oakland). Flights to Buenos Aires will begin on Saturday, June 17, with three weekly frequencies. Since its launch on 17 March, LEVEL has sold more than 147,000 tickets. In 2018, the LEVEL fleet will increase to 5 aircraft and plans to growth in the catalan airport.


Source: BARDC Secretariat/June 2017

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