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The Avelo aircraft is seen during the Avelo Air aircraft shoot at Hollywood Burbank Airport on April 07, 2021 in Burbank, California. (Photo: Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for Avelo Air)

Avelo Airlines To Open Its Fourth Base

Avelo will open its fourth base in Wilmington (ILG) starting in February 2023. The U.S. airline’s current hubs are Burbank, New Haven and Orlando.

Initially, Avelo will serve five popular non-stop Florida destinations from ILG: Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Orlando, Tampa and West Palm Beach.

Avelo Airlines Founder, Chairman and CEO Andrew Levy said, “The Delaware Valley region wants and deserves more affordable, convenient and reliable air travel. Avelo was founded with a simple purpose – to Inspire Travel. Our very low fares and nonstop flights to five sun-soaked Florida destinations coupled with the fast and seamless experience at Wilmington Airport will make traveling easier than ever. We appreciate the warm reception and support Avelo is receiving from Delaware Governor John Carney, New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer and so many other government and business leaders here. We look forward to welcoming everyone aboard Avelo’s first ILG flight in February.”

Avelo Airlines’ destination map from Wilmington (ILG) – (photo Aviacionline)

  • Orlando (MCO): inaugural flight – February 1 (Monday, Friday and Saturday).
  • Fort Lauderdale (FLL): inaugural flight – February 2 (Thursday and Sunday).
  • Tampa (TPA): inaugural flight – February 2 (Thursday and Sunday).
  • Fort Myers (RSW): inaugural flight – February 3 (Monday and Friday).
  • West Palm Beach (PBI): inaugural flight – February 4 (Wednesday and Saturday).

 

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  • Aviacionline

    Born in Argentina, with a regional focus and global reach, Aviacionline is the Spanish-speaking leader in Latin America.

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