Level to launch Paris flights
New long-haul budget carrier Level is adding more flights to North America from Europe.
Level, which is owned by British Airways' parent IAG, will link Paris Orly Airport to Newark Liberty and Montreal.
Paris Orly becomes a second European hub for the startup airline after Barcelona.
Flights will be operated by A330-200 aircraft and begin to Montreal three times a week from July 2 and four times weekly to Newark on September 4.
Level's Paris flights will be operated by the workforce which currently works for IAG's French airline OpenSkies.
The OpenSkies brand will cease operating in late summer 2017 and all employees will transfer to Level.
It will also fly from Orly to the French Caribbean islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique.
Level also announced nonstop flights to Boston from its Barcelona base, which are due to begin on March 28.
It will offer up to three services a week during peak times.