International Airlines Group (IAG) is reviewing the future fleet composition of its new long-haul LCC Level now that the airline has produced encouraging results in its first seven months of flying. “Our confidence in the model today is stronger than before the launch,” IAG CEO Willie Walsh said Feb. 23. “We need to look at what is the right aircraft going forward.” According to IAG’s current planning, Level will be flying at least 15 aircraft in 2022 and the ...

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