Northern Pacific Continue Ontario-Las Vegas Services

Northern Pacific Continue Ontario-Las Vegas Services
Photo Credit: Northern Pacific Airways.

Northern Pacific Airways has this week announced the continuation of services between Ontario and Las Vegas into October.

It is understood that these flights can be booked up until the 2nd October so far, with flights operating on Sundays, Thursdays and Fridays.

Flights depart at 2pm and land at 3pm.

Northern Pacific’s Ontario-Las Vegas Extension: Decision Made Following Reports of Ticket Suspension?

Northern Pacific Continue Ontario-Las Vegas Services
Photo Credit: Northern Pacific Airways.

Such an announcement could have been off the back of reports made that Northern Pacific initially suspended ticket sales of the Ontario-Las Vegas route, as seen on FlightGlobal.

It is understood that the scheduling aspect is beginning to ramp up, especially following previous information sourced from @IshirionAviation on Twitter not long ago.

The carrier is looking to add its next round of destinations that include New York and its eventual base of Anchorage.

The full four routes that are wanted to be added by the carrier are:

  • New York Newark.
  • Orlando.
  • Oakland.
  • Anchorage.

The provider of route news has also said that the recruitment process for captains of the Boeing 757 have begun.

Such route progression in the airline’s umbrella to the likes of New York, Anchorage, Oakland and Florida comes as no surprise following the successes of its inaugural flight out of Ontario.

Northern Pacific Airways was first revealed to the world in August 2021. Their CEO, Rob McKinney, is also the CEO of Ravn Alaska, which is also the sister airline of Northern Pacific.

All eyes will be on the airline to see what sort of announcements will be made next, but for now the Ontario-Las Vegas services continue.

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