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Farnborough: LEVEL Orders Two Additional A330-200s

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Farnborough: LEVEL Orders Two Additional A330-200s

Farnborough: LEVEL Orders Two Additional A330-200s
July 17
08:00 2018

FARNBOROUGH — International Airlines Group’s subsidiary LEVEL has announced an additional order for two Airbus A330-200s, bringing the total count to seven of the type that the carrier is to receive.

The deal is worth around $477 million at list prices.

Deliveries are due to commence in 2019 and this is the carrier’s second A330 firm order in less than 12 months.

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The aircraft will be configured in a two-class configuration offering 314 seats in total, featuring 21 in Premium Economy and 293 in Economy respectively.

LEVEL operates two A330-200s from Barcelona, with a third expected to be based there as well as one at Paris Orly where services began earlier this month.

A second A330 is expected to join the Orly base in due course.

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After the deliveries are complete, Barcelona will have four aircraft based there and three based in Orly.

Both Barcelona and Paris will receive one of the new A330-200s being delivered in 2019 bringing a total of four aircraft in Barcelona and three in Paris.

The A330 family has won over 1,700 orders with 1,370 currently operating across 110 operators.

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The A330 has been attractive to LEVEL due to their reliability of 99.4 percent and also being one of the most cost-efficient widebody aircraft to date.

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