Avelo Airlines has announced its second nonstop destination from Redding to Las Vegas. The new route will connect Northern California’s outdoor adventure headquarters to the neon lights of the entertainment capital of the world. Introductory one-way everyday low fares starting at $29* are available at AveloAir.com.

Avelo’s twice-weekly direct service between Redding Municipal Airport and McCarran International Airport begins Jan. 6 and will be operated by Boeing Next Generation 737-800 aircraft.

“We’re excited to announce this second popular destination for our Redding customers,” said Avelo Chairman and CEO Andrew Levy. “Getting to the entertainment capital of the world is now easier and more affordable than ever. Based on the popularity of Avelo’s first route to Los Angeles, adding Vegas to our RDD schedule was a natural choice for a second destination.”   

The flight will operate on Thursdays and Sundays. Flight 185 departs RDD at 9:30 a.m., arriving LAS at 11:05 a.m. Flight 186 departs LAS at 11:45 a.m., arriving RDD at 1:25 p.m. Days of the week and times are subject to change.

“This Avelo flight service between Redding and Las Vegas will provide a wonderful new travel opportunity for people on both sides of the equation,” said Jim Wadleigh, city of Redding airports manager. “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.”

*The one-way $29 introductory fare includes government taxes and fees. The fare is available on a limited number of flights and seats. The fare must be booked by Nov. 3. Additional fees for carry-on and checked bags, assigned seats and other optional services may apply. For full terms and conditions, please see Avelo’s Contract of Carriage.

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