New Pacific Airlines, formally Northern Pacific, has launched several new routes with its fleet of Boeing 757s.
Service Commencement To Reno-Tahoe
The new entry to the U.S. aviation scene has added Reno-Tahoe International Airport to its list of airports served.
Currently, Ontario is the makeshift home for the carrier, which still has ambitions to move to its home of Anchorage eventually.
Reno-Tahoe’s Airport Authority believes the new connection is fantastic for connecting to other Californian markets.
Service will operate on Thursdays and Sundays following a route announcement in September.
Service Begins In Nashville
New Pacific Airlines also, in recent days, began serving Nashville from Ontario with a twice-weekly service operating on Fridays and Mondays.
Commencing flights towards Nashville means the company now serves three different markets from Ontario as it looks to grow its schedule.
Introducing The All-757 Airline
Before a rebrand, the company entered the market a handful of months ago as Northern Pacific Airlines.
Its pathway to launch, however, was anything but smooth, with initial plans seeing service from Alaska to ports in Asia with 757s.
However, the airline had to pivot its strategy following the emergence of war in Ukraine and airspace restrictions around Russia,
Following this, New Pacific has been attempting to find ways to begin service with the 757s it has acquired while going about methods to launch to Asia.
The New Pacific Airlines Fleet
New Pacific Airlines operates a fleet exclusively of Boeing 757s, acquired cheaply.
Cirium data shows 2 757-200s remain in service, with 2 in storage. The companies 757s in-service are registered as N627NP and N628NP. These aircraft are both over 28 years of age.
Meanwhile, N202UW and N201UU represent the two 757-200s currently in storage, just slightly over 28 years of age.