Avelo Airlines Adds Service to San Juan and Sarasota Bradenton from Wilmington Airport

by Anthony Losanno
Avelo Plane

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Avelo Airlines is a low-cost carrier that launched in 2021 and has been quickly growing. The airline operates a fleet of modern Boeing 737 aircraft and serves destinations across the United States. Avelo competes with Spirit Airways, Breeze Airways, Allegiant Air, Frontier Airlines, and Sun Country Airlines.

The airline has been rapidly adding and cutting routes as it figures out a profitable schedule. The most recent additions are coming to Wilmington Airport (ILG). Two new routes will begin in November. San Juan flights start on the 15th with flights 2x weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Flights to Sarasota commence on November 2nd and run on Thursdays and Sundays. They’ll provide service to San Juan Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport (SJU) and Sarasota Bradenton International Airport (SRQ). The San Juan flights will be the first ever destination outside of the continental US served by the airport.

Avelo 737

Wilmington Airport (ILG) is being touted as a cheaper alternative to Philadelphia International Airport (PHL). With these newest additions, Avelo will fly to 15 destinations from Wilmington. Since its operations launched at the airport in February, Avelo has flown more than 125,000 customers. This represents the fastest single-year growth rate in the airport’s history.

Anthony’s Take: I have this weird desire to fly out of Delaware in order to add the airport to my list. I also want to check out Avelo Airlines. The Sarasota flights might work for me this winter.

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