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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. Today, it released an update that it’s cutting four routes this winter.
Routes Being Cut Indefinitely
Avelo Airlines is cutting the following routes from its schedule indefinitely:
- Dubuque Regional Airport (DBQ) to/from Las Vegas Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) (Removed as of January 6th)
- California Redwood Coast-Humboldt County Airport (ACV) to/from Las Vegas Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) (Removed as of January 8th)
- Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) to Sarasota Bradenton International Airport (SRQ) (Removed as of January 8th)
- Tweed New Haven Airport (HVN) to/from Melbourne Orlando International Airport (MLB) (Removed as of January 6th)
No word has been given as to why these routes are being cut, but performance is almost always the case. Low-cost carriers are constantly testing, adding, and cutting routes to find the right mix.
Anthony’s Take: I have this weird desire to fly out of Delaware in order to add the airport and state to my list. I also want to check out Avelo Airlines service and experience, overall. I’ll look for a flight to review this winter.
(Image Credits: Avelo Airlines.)
(H/T: Ishrion Aviation.)
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