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Avelo Airlines expands from Las Vegas; adds flights to Redding, California

Avelo Airlines has announced flights between Las Vegas and Redding, California. The low-cost carrier will connect Northern California’s outdoor adventure headquarters with the neon lights of the entertainment capital of the world in January 2022.

Starting 6th January 2022, Avelo Airlines will operate twice-weekly flights between Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport and Redding Municipal Airport. The flights will run with the following schedule:

  • Redding-Las Vegas
  • Departure time: 09:30
  • Arrival time: 11:05
  • Flight time: 1 hour and 40 minutes
  • Flight number: XP185
  • Frequency: Thursdays and Sundays
  • Las Vegas-Redding
  • Departure time: 11:45
  • Arrival time: 13:25
  • Flight time: 1 hour and 40 minutes
  • Flight number: XP186
  • Frequency: Thursdays and Sundays

Andrew Levy, Chairman and CEO, Avelo Airlines, said:

We are excited to connect these two popular vacation destinations. This new route represents an easy and affordable gateway for Avelo Customers in Redding and Las Vegas to experience the adventure, excitement and beauty both places offer.

Las Vegas will be the second destination served by Avelo from Redding after Los Angeles. On the other hand, Redding will be the fourth destination served by Avelo from Las Vegas after Eureka, North Denver and Santa Rosa.

H. Fletch Brunelle, Vice President of Marketing for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, said:

We’re delighted that Avelo Airlines is once again expanding its nonstop service to Las Vegas with the announcement of flights from Redding, Calif.. There are so many incredible new experiences for both business and leisure visitors, from first-time residencies by the world’s most popular artists to unparalleled sports events, dining, shopping, spas and attractions. We can’t wait to welcome visitors from Redding for an experience they’ll only find in Vegas.

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With 600 square miles of state and national parks, Redding is the ideal gateway to a sun-and-nature-filled Northern California vacation. With 42 stunning waterfalls, picturesque lakes and the Sacramento River in close proximity to the city, water recreation plays a vital role in the area’s attractions. From houseboating on Shasta Lake to sunbathing on Whiskeytown’s shoreline, to rafting or kayaking down the Sacramento River, there’s something for water lovers at every level. Outdoor enthusiasts will love the mountains and the access to hundreds of miles of biking and hiking trails. Coupled with its small-town charm, Redding is the perfect escape for the city-weary traveler.

Jim Wadleigh, Manager, City of Redding Airports, said:

This Avelo flight service between Redding and Las Vegas will provide a wonderful new travel opportunity for people on both sides of the equation. Redding is excited to welcome Las Vegas travelers to the incredible outdoor playground we have to offer here in Northern California. If ‘the best of both worlds’ was a flight service, this would be it.

Flights between Redding and Las Vegas will be operated by Boeing B737-800 aircraft featuring 189 standard economy class seats including extra legroom seats.

Meanwhile, Avelo recently announces Sarasota as its 6th Floridian destination with nonstop flights from New Haven, Connecticut.

Featured image by Avelo Airlines

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