Avelo Airlines is expanding service from Wilmington, NC, to two new nonstop Florida destinations — West Palm Beach and Tampa.
Avelo will be the only airline offering nonstop flights between Wilmington International Airport (ILM) and these two cities, bringing more affordable, convenient and reliable air service to Wilmington and the Carolina beaches. Avelo is also adding more flights to Orlando, just in time for summer travel.
Avelo will begin exclusive service to Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) on June 22 and to Tampa International Airport (TPA) on June 23. Both routes will be operated by Boeing Next-Generation 737 aircraft. Introductory one-way fares start at $29*. Customers can make reservations at AveloAir.com.
Service to Orlando International Airport (MCO) will also be increasing for summer travel beginning June 22. Avelo will be flying to Orlando four times-weekly on Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays and Mondays, doubling the original frequency.
Avelo Airlines Chairman and CEO Andrew Levy said, “Wilmington – we’re growing again! We’re seeing great support from the community and our flights are consistently filling up. With these two new routes to Palm Beach and Tampa, and added flights to Orlando, Coastal NC residents can continue saying hello to affordable, convenient and reliable air travel with Avelo.”
ILM Airport Director Jeff Bourk said, “We are thrilled Avelo keeps growing in our market, providing more affordable flights for our community. Avelo now flies nonstop to six destinations up and down the east coast. It’s amazing to think that just a year ago we had no service to Florida and now, with these new flights to Tampa and West Palm Beach – along with Orlando and Fort Lauderdale, we have four convenient flights to Florida. Thank you to the team at Avelo for continuing to invest in ILM and the southeastern North Carolina community.”
With the addition of these two new destinations, Avelo will now serve six nonstop destinations from ILM. Palm Beach and Tampa join Southern Connecticut’s most convenient airport — Tweed-New Haven Airport (HVN), Washington, D.C. / Baltimore, Maryland (BWI) and two Florida destinations: Orlando and Fort Lauderdale.”
Explore the Palm Beaches
Palm Beach service will operate twice weekly on Thursdays and Sundays beginning June 22.
Palm Beach is home to legendary beaches, shopping and entertainment. Palm Beach’s iconic restaurants, glitzy nightlife and unapologetically luxurious resorts attract sunseekers from across the globe. Lined with stately palm trees, this South Florida paradise is a vacationer’s nirvana. With over 60 miles of world-famous beaches and turquoise water, there is a spot on this majestic Atlantic coastline for every mood and interest.
Tampa: The Heart of Florida’s Gulf Coast
Tampa service will operate twice weekly on Mondays and Fridays beginning June 23.
When it comes to Tampa Bay, picturesque scenery and over 300 days of sunshine per year create an ideal setting for those ready to explore and discover new treasures. With some of the world’s top-rated beaches, Tampa is a year-round haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors can discover blue skies and sunshine, a sparkling waterfront, world-class chefs, family fun and a century of Cuban culture – all in one of Florida’s most diverse travel destinations.