International Airlines Group (IAG) CEO Willie Walsh has said the board is keen to pursue the more ambitious of two possible plans for long-haul LCC Level. Speaking to ATW on the sidelines of the Airlines for Europe (A4E) Aviation Summit in Brussels last week, Walsh said the team had put forward two strategic plans to the IAG board. The first saw Level operating 15 aircraft by 2022, while the second had a 30-aircraft fleet. Walsh said the board liked the 30-aircraft option, even though the ...

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