Avelo adds 3 new cities to its route map, but cuts the other 2

Avelo Airlines’ presence continues to grow.

The Low-cost airline to launch in 2021 will add three destinations to its network: Charlottesville, Virginia; Colorado Springs, Colorado; and Brownville, Texas.

Avelo plans to serve flights from its base at Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR) to Colorado Springs Airport (COS) and South Padre Brownsville Island International Airport (BRO) — the airline’s first domestic destination has no headquarters in Houston.

Flights between Burbank and Colorado Springs begin May 3 and they will operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Avelo plans to launch flights between Burbank and Brownsville on May 17, with flights running on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Avelo will also begin flying between Orlando International Airport (MCO) and Brownsville starting May 17.

Travis Christ, Avelo’s head of marketing, speaks at Brownsville South Padre Island International Airport (BRO) on Feb. 23. AVELO

Additionally, the low-cost carrier will offer flights between Orlando and Charlottesville Albemarle Airport (CHO) starting May 3. Avelo said it will operate flights between Orlando and Charlottesville on Tuesdays. Two and Friday.

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Avelo also said that the Brownsville launch would make it the only carrier offering nonstop flights from SpaceX’s new South Texas spaceport to the space company’s headquarters in Los Angeles and the Space Coast. Florida’s space (about an hour from Orlando).

Since its founding in 2021, Avelo has grown its network significantly by offering non-stop flights to popular entertainment destinations. The start-up carrier already operates bases in Burbank; New Haven, Connecticut; Orlando; and Wilmington, Delaware.

More recently, Avelo grand debut in Wilmington with the first flight from Wilmington Airport (ILG) to Orlando. Prior to Avelo’s arrival, Delaware was the only state in the United States without regularly scheduled passenger service; The last airline to serve the state was Frontier Airlines.

While Avelo has grown significantly over the past two years, it has also cut destinations from its network. Avelo confirmed it will depart Virginia’s Newport News-Williamsburg Airport (PHF) on April 17 and Kentucky’s Blue Grass Airport (LEX).

Avelo’s last flight out of Lexington, Kentucky, is February 21st.

A spokesperson for Avelo said the airline decided to close these two routes due to lack of demand in both markets. Especially with regards to Newport News, it has been underperforming in future bookings. Avelo plans to automatically refund customers who booked flights from Newport News before April 17.


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