Avelo Airlines is expanding its service to two new destinations from Orlando International Airport (MCO) – Dayton, Ohio and Dubuque, Iowa. This will make travel to these cities more convenient for passengers flying out of Orlando.
Avelo Airlines Chairman and CEO Andrew Levy said, “Orlando – we’re growing again! We promised growth when we opened our Orlando base, and now we’ve added two more nonstop routes: Dayton and Dubuque. These routes make getting to Orlando more affordable and easier than ever, plus they offer Orlando residents opportunities to visit places not previously served from MCO. We believe Avelo’s combination of everyday low fares, industry-leading reliability and friendly service will inspire people from across the region to enjoy all Avelo has to offer.”
The new routes will operate on Boeing Next-Generation 737 aircraft. These routes will bring Avelo’s total number of cities from MCO to 10, joining Binghamton, New York; Lexington, Kentucky; New Haven, Connecticut; Newport News/Williamsburg, Virginia; Wilmington, Delaware/South Philadelphia; Wilmington, North Carolina; and two Michigan cities: Kalamazoo and Lansing.
Dayton, Ohio: The Birthplace of Aviation – Starting at $49
This route will operate twice weekly on Mondays and Fridays and will begin on January 13. Dayton, Ohio is a destination packed with big-city experiences, amenities, attractions and shopping wrapped in small-town charm. It’s home to exceptional arts and culture through music, theater, festivals, fine dining, and more. Dayton also offers 2,400 acres of forests, nature preserves, and wildlife areas for exploration and boasts the Nation’s Largest Paved Bike Trail Network with more than 340 miles of paved, multi-use bikeways. Plus, only in Dayton can you explore and learn about the entire aviation story—past, present and future.
Dubuque, Iowa: Where Iowa Started – Starting at $59
This route will operate twice weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays and will begin on January 11. Located along the Mississippi River, Dubuque is situated along the borders of Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin. Dubuque has also long been a historical and cultural center with its numerous historic sites, architectural Historic Districts, a revitalized main street, history and art museums, live theaters, ballet troupes, a symphony, recreational and sports venues, beautiful parks, a state park and nature interpretive center, miles of hiking and biking trails, and the great Mississippi River. Historic buildings are juxtaposed with modern amenities like a bustling culinary scene, booming breweries, retail, gaming, hotels, B&Bs and more.