Avelo Airlines Adds Three New Northeast Routes

by Anthony Losanno
Avelo Plane

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Avelo Airlines is a low-cost carrier that launched in 2021. 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 carrier announced three new routes northeast today.

Service between Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) and Albany International Airport (ALB) will begin on May 10th and run 2x weekly on Mondays and Fridays. Albany is a new destination for Avelo. Other new routes include flights between Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) and Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) (2x weekly on Mondays and Fridays; starts on May 10th) and Frederick Douglass Greater Rochester International Airport (ROC) (2x weekly on Thursdays and Sundays; starts on May 9th).

Avelo Airlines Chairman and CEO, Andrew Levy, said:

MHT – Avelo is growing! We’re excited to introduce nonstop service between the Boston area and Greenville / Spartanburg. Whether visiting friends and family or enjoying a leisurely vacation, Avelo offers time and money-saving convenience for our Customers. This exclusive nonstop service will also make exploring MHT’s rich history and scenic outdoor views a fast and seamless journey for Upstate South Carolina visitors.”

Avelo Airlines flies 48 nonstop routes across the US and Puerto Rico. The carrier has a fleet of 16 Boeing 737-700 and 737-800 aircraft, which carry 147 to 189 passengers in an all-Economy Class cabin.

Anthony’s Take: Avelo’s route map continues to grow. I still have them on my list and will book a flight to Delaware for the novelty of flying into the state and to try out the carrier.

(Featured Image Credit: Avelo Airlines.)

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1 comment

Rick February 16, 2024 - 3:28 am

Why is the Philadelphia international airport so underused. Qatar Airways pulled out any thoughts on this?


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