Aer Lingus sister airline Level may look to start a low-cost transatlantic service from Ireland, regardless of any tie-ups with Norwegian. IAG's Level has just been given board sign off to lift its fleet of five Airbus SE A330 jets to seven, IAG CEO Willie Walsh told the Irish Independent. Level is a lower cost sister airline of Aer Lingus, British Airways and Iberia, established by IAG as a standalone, low-cost transatlantic operator. Level's low cost, tr...
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