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Cancun now has Mexico’s sixth Spanish airline

Low-cost carrier Level will fly weekly from Barcelona

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After Iberia, Air Europa, Iberojet, Wamos, and World2Fly, Mexico now has its sixth Spanish carrier. The International Airlines Group (IAG)’s Level airline launched a route from Barcelona to Cancun.

Level’s service to Cancun will operate on a weekly basis during the summer months. They will depart from Barcelona on Fridays and return on Saturdays from Cancun. Cancun is a “highly desired location for this summer,” according to the low-cost airline.


On the other side, the Spanish low-cost carrier has resumed service between Barcelona and New York with three weekly frequencies. Level already serves San Francisco, which resumed service last Wednesday, and will begin service to Buenos Aires in September.

Cancun International Airport welcomed the arrival of the same planes as before the pandemic two weeks ago, after the landing of 506 flights that weekend, a figure not seen since March 20, 2020.

Cancun improved its air connections with the United States by 22%; prior to the pandemic, it had routes from 38 US cities; now, it has routes from 42 cities. They also want to boost the number of travelers once flights between the United States and Europe resume, as the location has a high percentage of tourist return.

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