The budget airline LEVEL is coming to Vienna this week. The first flights will take place between Vienna and London on July 17th for the low, low price of $30 for a one-way ticket; flights between Vienna and Palma de Mallorca will begin on the same day.
According to the Independent, the former Barcelona-based airline will start flying to “six Spanish destinations and three cities in Italy, as well as Paris, Dubrovnik, and Larnaca in Cyprus” from Vienna within just four weeks.
LEVEL airline, owned by IAG (International Airline Group) like budget airline Vueling, currently flies to 133 destinations in 36 countries, with a fleet of 110 aircrafts, but is new to the short-haul flight business. So, for now, the bookings for LEVEL are done on the Vueling website.
There’s no doubt that budget travel has seen an astronomical rise in Europe in recent years, as travelers are increasingly seeking low-cost options, and sacrificing luxury for affordability.
H/T: Airline Geeks