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New Pacific Airlines is the recent rebrand of also new carrier, Northern Pacific Airlines. I’ve written about them before and the flights the airline operates between Ontario International Airport (ONT) in California and Las Vegas Harry Reid International Airport (LAS). Now, New Pacific Airlines is adding two new routes to its schedule.
ONT-RNO 2x weekly Sun/Thu, ONT-BNA 2x weekly Mon/Fri. Both are currently unserved.
• 7H711 Depart ONT 8:30 AM Arrive RNO 10:00 AM
• 7H775 Depart RNO 11:15 AM Arrive ONT 12:45 PM
• 7H701 Depart ONT 10:00 AM Arrive BNA 3:50 PM
• 7H702 Depart BNA 5:10 PM Arrive ONT 7:30 PM
— Ishrion Aviation (@IshrionA) September 15, 2023
New Pacific Airlines currently flies 3x weekly (on Sundays, Thursdays, and Fridays) between Ontario International Airport (ONT) and Las Vegas Harry Reid International Airport (LAS). These flights are scheduled to run until October 2023, currently. New routes include service between its hub at Ontario International Airport (ONT) and:
- Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO) (2x weekly on Sundays and Thursdays; starting on November 16th)
- Nashville International Airport (BNA) (2x weekly on Mondays and Fridays; starting on November 17th)
Both of these routes are currently not served by any other carrier. All flights will operate on Boeing 757-200 aircraft.
I’m not sure I fully understand the business model and what New Pacific Airlines is looking to achieve. The airline was initially announced under a different name with the goal of connecting Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) with Osaka, Seoul, and Tokyo. The airline still plans to launch international service in 2024, but looks like it still has a lot of government approvals and other issues to clear first.
Anthony’s Take: We’ll see how these flights do out of Ontario. It seems like they’re not currently served based on demand. If New Pacific Airlines starts flying transpacific flights is still anyone’s guess.
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