Category Archives: Level (Austria)

Level Europe ceases operations and files for insolvency

Level Europe of Austria announced it was stopping all operations and would file for insolvency on June 18, 2020. The airline last operated in March 2020 when COVID-19 grounded all flights.

Level Europe GmbH was an Austrian airline owned by Vueling, and by extension the International Airlines Group (IAG).

The airline was founded as Anisec Luftfahrt in November 2017 as a subsidiary of Spanish airline Vueling.

In late December 2019, the airline was renamed from Anisec Luftfahrt to Level Europe.

The company issued this statement:

Level Europe entered insolvency on June 18, 2020.

All flights have been grounded as of March 2020 and the Austrian business has ceased trading with immediate effect.

CUSTOMERS

 

Please note that Level Europe is unfortunately not able to arrange alternative flights for passengers. At this time we kindly request you do not contact our Call Centres unless your travel is within the next 48 hours, as we are experiencing high levels of call volume at this time.

If you have a booking sold by a marketing carrier or travel agent for LEVEL Europe flight, please contact that marketing carrier or travel agent to confirm if there is any impact to your travel plans.

An administrator will be appointed to answer further questions.

EMPLOYEES

 

In the event that you were an employee of the Company and you require any further information or assistance in relation to the Administration, an administrator will be appointed. Contact information for the administrator will be posted on this page on or before Wednesday June 24, 2020.

CREDITORS AND SUPPLIERS

 

In the event that you were a supplier or creditor of the Company and you require further details in relation to the Administration, an administrator will be appointed. Contact information for the administrator will be posted on this page on or before Wednesday June 24, 2020.

Level Europe aircraft photo gallery:

Level to fly from Amsterdam to seven European destinations

Level (Austria) Airbus A321-211 OE-LCF (msn 1966) LGW (SPA). Image: 945029.

Level (Austria) (Anisec) has announced it is coming to Amsterdam as its second hub after Vienna. The brand will start flying from AMS to Rome and Vienna starting on April 6.

Service to London (Luton) will begin operating on April 7 followed by Fuerteventura and Lisbon in June.

Barcelona and Milan (Malpensa) will be added in August.

Three Airbus aircraft will be based at AMS.

The Level brand is a subsidiary of the International Airlines Group (IAG).

Top Copyright Photo: Level (Austria) Airbus A321-211 OE-LCF (msn 1966) LGW (SPA). Image: 945029.

Level aircraft slide show:

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Anisec Luftfahrt (Level) commences operations in Austria

IAG's new subsidiary in Austria

Anisec Luftfahrt is the name of IAG’s new airline subsidiary in Austria. The new airline is operating under the Level brand.

IAG was unsuccessful in acquiring or partnering with Niki Lauda. This is IAG’s answer to Ryanair which was successful.

As reported, Level’s first flight from Vienna took off to London Gatwick at 1620 CET/1520 BST on July 17, 2018.

The inaugural flight on International Airlines Group’s (IAG) new shorthaul low-cost Austrian subsidiary, arrived in London Gatwick at 1750 (local time) with all seats sold on the Airbus A321.

Flights to London operate 14 times per week and on the same the company commenced its seven weekly services to Palma de Majorca.

Level (Austria) has four Airbus A321 aircraft based in Vienna from where they are operating to 14 European destinations. Each aircraft is fitted with 210 economy seats.

Over the next four weeks, flights from Vienna will start to Barcelona, Malaga, Venice, Olbia, Ibiza, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Milan Malpensa, Dubrovnik, Larnaca, Alicante, Valencia and Bilbao.

Details of destinations, start dates and weekly frequencies from Vienna are below:

Destination Frequencies Start Date
London Gatwick

14

17 July 2018

Palma

7

17 July 2018

Barcelona

7

23 July 2018

Malaga

3

30 July 2018

Venice

7

31 July 2018

Olbia (Sardinia)

3

31 July 2018

Ibiza

3

7 Aug 2018

Paris Charles de Gaulle

13

11 Aug 2018

Milan Malpensa

13

11 Aug 2018

Dubrovnik

4

11 Aug 2018

Larnaca

3

11 Aug 2018

Alicante

2

11 Aug 2018

Valencia

2

12 Aug 2018

Bilbao

3

13 Aug 2018

Top Copyright Photo: Level (Austria) Airbus A321-211 WL OE-LCR (msn 6719) PMI (Javier Rodriguez). Image: 942893.