New Pacific Airlines, formally Northern Pacific Airlines, has announced plans to expand its service connecting Ontario, California, to two new destinations.
Reno, Nevada and Nashville, Tennessee, will commence from November 16th and marks what the carrier describes as another exciting update to its network.
New Pacific Airlines still describes itself as a distinguished Alaskan airline; however, it has yet to fly out of Alaska on scheduled services despite a terminal awaiting. This is for several reasons, but essentially, the invasion of Ukraine by Russia that saw airspace closures forced the airline to pivot its schedule.
This is an exhilarating time for growth at New Pacific. Our expansion into the vibrant markets of Reno and Nashville represents a significant step forward in our mission to offer exceptional travel opportunities to passengers across the United States. We are excited to connect these amazing cities and provide travelers with even more options to explore.Rob McKinney, CEO of New Pacific Airlines
The services will operate twice weekly, with Ontario to Reno departing on Sundays and Mondays. Meanwhile, the Nashville flight will operate on Mondays and Fridays.
New Pacific Airlines are very excited about the two new routes complementing its existing Las Vegas service. It describes the connections as vital, with it being between some of the largest markets in the United States.
Rob McKinney says the airline is still targeting a launch of service to Asia with a fleet of Boeing 757s. However, there are undoubtedly question marks over when this can take place.