Avelo Airlines extends its West Coast scheduling

An Avelo Airlines 737 takes off.
Photo Credit: Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for Avelo Air

Avelo Airlines has exciting news for travelers looking to explore the West Coast this spring and summer. The airline revealed its plans to extend its West Coast schedule through mid-June.

With this extension, Avelo customers can now book flights to 16 popular destinations until June 11, 2024, offering flexibility and convenience for those eager to embark on their next adventure.

Extended Booking Window

As travelers gear up for spring and summer vacations, Avelo’s decision to extend its West Coast schedule comes as welcome news.

This move allows customers to secure their travel plans well in advance, providing peace of mind and ensuring they can secure preferred dates and destinations for their trips.

By offering an extended booking window, Avelo aims to cater to the needs of its customers, empowering them to plan memorable vacations with ease.

Avelo Airlines Comments

Trevor Yealy, Head of Network Planning at Avelo Airlines, expressed the company’s commitment to continued customer service, in anticipation of a busy upcoming travel season.

Yealy stated, “We are pleased to extend Avelo’s West Coast schedule as our Customers begin making their spring and summer travel plans.”

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“We are anticipating another busy travel season and are excited to offer our Customers this opportunity to get a head start on planning a relaxing trip with family and friends this spring and summer.”

An Avelo Airlines aircraft passes overhead.
Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for Avelo Air

Expanded Destination Options

With the extension of its West Coast schedule, Avelo continues to serve a diverse range of destinations, ensuring there’s something for every type of traveler.

The airline will continue to serve all 16 destinations in its West Coast network:


  • Bay Area / Sonoma (STS)
  • Eureka/ Arcata (ACV)
  • Los Angeles / Burbank (BUR)
  • Palm Springs (PSP)
  • Redding (RDD)


  • Colorado Springs (COS)


  • Boise (BOI)


  • Bend / Redmond (RDM)
  • Eugene (EUG)
  • Medford / Rogue Valley (MFR)
  • Portland / Salem (SLE)


  • Bozeman / Yellowstone (BZN)
  • Kalispell (FCA)


  • Las Vegas (LAS)


  • Brownsville / South Padre Island (BRO)


  • Pasco / Tri-Cities (PSC)

Unlike many other airlines, Avelo customers can always change or cancel their itineraries with no extra fees.

Additionally, families can travel with ease knowing every child 13 and under will always be automatically seated with an accompanying adult at no additional cost.

Additionally, Avelo offers advanced seat assignments for sale. One third of its seats are extra leg room seats, ranging from 32 inches to more than 36 inches, offering a more comfortable experience for Customers who value more space.

In addition to advance seat assignments, Avelo offers several unbundled travel-enhancing options that give Customers the flexibility to pay only for what they value, including priority boarding, checked bags, carry-on overhead bags, and bringing a pet in the cabin.

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Avelo Airlines plans to extend its West Coast schedule to 16 popular destinations in the network through to mid-June.
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