Texas-based budget startup carrier Avelo Airlines announced four new destinations from Burbank Airport in Los Angeles.
Avelo will fly from Burbank (BUR) to Monterey (California) (MRY) and one-way fares will start at $39.
Avelo will fly direct between Burbank and St. George Regional Airport (SGU), Provo Airport (PVU) and the Ft. Collins-Loveland Northern Colorado Regional Airport (FNL). One-way fares on these routes start at $49.
"Since our launch, we've been on a mission to bring low fares, more choice and greater convenience in air travel to Angelenos," said Avelo Chairman and CEO Andrew Levy. "These new routes will provide our LA Customers with unmatched affordability and direct access to four beautiful unserved destinations across the Western U.S. With the money you save and the caring service you experience, you'll want to explore all of our destinations."
Avelo Already Flying to Oregon and Utah
With the addition of these four routes, Avelo's expanded fall and winter schedule will now fly between BUR and 12 destinations across the Western U.S., including...
Salt Lake City-Ogden, Utah;
Santa Rosa, California
"Los Angeles has started its comeback, and we are inviting visitors to safely and responsibly start their comeback to LA," said Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board Chief Marketing Officer Don Skeoch. "Avelo's new service coincides with our national advertising campaign, and we hope visitors from our important feeder markets – newly serviced by Avelo – will find it even easier to experience all LA has to offer."
More route information, booking and fares can be found at Aveloair.com