Avelo has announced that it hit the jackpot by revealing its newest base set in Las Vegas.
Additionally, with the base, Las Vegas will see six nonstop routes to improve the Avelo offering consistently.
LAS will be the 6th base Avelo has called home since its conception and will see fares starting one-way from $39.
Las Vegas’s Harry Reid International Airport is believed to be the ideal candidate for the airline’s future operations. It is part of Avelo’s mission to bring affordable and convenient air services to unserved and underserved communities nationwide.
As they say, What Happens in Vegas, Can Only Happen in Vegas, and that makes Las Vegas a winning bet for our sixth base. We are excited to start the exclusive nonstop access to Vegas that Avelo’s new base will offer our Customers from these six communities, with more to come in the future. Vegas has something for everyone and Avelo’s affordability, convenience and reliability will make getting to this popular destination easier than ever. The new flights, destinations and jobs our new base enables hits the jackpot for Las Vegas, Avelo and, most importantly, our Customers.Avelo Airlines Chairman and CEO Andrew Levy
Bend Redmond (RDM) has seen its first service launched as of September 7th, a twice-weekly service. Meanwhile, Sanoma / Santa Rosa (STS) will launch on September 8th, doubling its frequency to four days per week.
Brownsville (BRO) will also see a twice-weekly service. Meanwhile, Eureka / Arcata (ACV) will operate on Mondays and Thursdays. The final two routes from Las Vegas are to Dubuque (DBQ), with the commencement on September 13th and flying two times weekly. Lastly, Portland / Salem (SLE) will see its first flight on October 5th and operate two times per week.
One Boeing 737-700 will be based in Las Vegas and equipped with 147 seats. The goal will be to hire LAS-based crewmembers, including pilots, technicians, and more.