The first nonstop LEVEL flight from Paris to Las Vegas arrived at McCarran International Airport on Oct. 30 with a water arches salute. LEVEL, the low-cost long-haul airline from IAG and sister airline to Aer Lingus, British Airways and Vueling, will operate two flights a week on Wednesday and Sunday.
To celebrate the launch of this new route, LEVEL has released introductory $118 one-way fares, subject to availability. The fare is available from Nov. 3 to March 29 on flylevel.com.
“We are delighted to add Las Vegas to our network from Paris”, says Aurelius Noell, commercial director of LEVEL. “This new route, our second from Paris to the United States, allows to offer even more travel opportunities, always with attractive rates and an excellent product. This is the only direct flight between Las Vegas and Paris, opening up a convenient route for tourists to Las Vegas and for Nevada residents to Europe.”
“We are very pleased to welcome this new direct flight between Paris and Las Vegas provided by our new airline partner, LEVEL,” adds Steve Hill, CEO and president of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitor Authority. “This new link offers an additional option and more flexibility for French and European visitors. Developing an air network is a long-term process for a company, and we celebrate this milestone with LEVEL and McCarran International Airport.”
As part of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held in Las Vegas in January, LEVEL is setting up a special direct flight from Orly on Monday, Jan. 6, with a return on Friday, Jan. 10. These direct flights will be in addition to the two weekly frequencies already planned between the two cities.
LEVEL has three Airbus A330-200 based in Paris Orly, configured with 293 seats in Economy and 21 Premium seats. On board, each passenger has an plug or USB socket, a high-definition digital screen with complimentary films and TV shows, high-speed WiFi and a complete catering offer.