The County of Humboldt’s Department of Aviation is excited to announce that direct flights to and from Las Vegas will once again be provided by Avelo Airlines.
Starting on Friday, Sept. 8, Avelo’s twice-weekly flights will provide direct service between the California Redwood Coast-Humboldt County Airport (ACV) and the Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas, Nevada (LAS). Flights will operate on Mondays and Fridays and introductory fares will start as low as $49 for a one-way ticket. Tickets can be booked now at AveloAir.com.
“We are excited to expand our partnership with Avelo Airlines and provide the Humboldt community with additional options for flying local with direct service to Las Vegas,” said Fifth District Supervisor and Chair of the Board Steve Madrone.
Avelo currently provides low fares and direct service between ACV and the Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR) three times a week. The success of this route inspired Avelo to bring back flights to LAS.
“The county is grateful for Avelo’s investment in our market, and we are thrilled to be able to offer flights to Las Vegas,” said Aviation Director Cody Roggatz. “I would like to thank the community for continuing to fly ACV which helped bring back this service. We look forward connecting Humboldt County residents to the many adventures that await them in Las Vegas, and connecting Southern Nevada to the Redwood Coast.”
In August of 2021, the Board of Supervisors approved Project SOAR, a partnership between the County Administrative Office’s Division of Economic Development and the Department of Aviation, to enhance and improve economic autonomy and sustainability for ACV. Through Project SOAR, the team is focused on expanding airline services and other efforts to improve the ACV’s contribution to the economic success of the region.
To book a flight on Avelo Airlines, visit AveloAir.com. For more information and updates on the California Redwood Coast Humboldt County Airport, please visit FlyACV.com.