Avelo Airlines informed Humboldt County officials that they will discontinue service between the California Redwood Coast-Humboldt County Airport (ACV) and the Las Vegas International Airport (LAS). The last flights between ACV-LAS will be on Monday, Jan. 8, 2024.
Avelo’s relaunched service to Las Vegas began on Sept. 8, with flights on Fridays and Mondays. When this service was relaunched, Avelo also embarked on several new service routes to Las Vegas. In addition to discontinuing service between ACV-LAS, Avelo has also cancelled or suspended some of their other routes across the U.S. that did not generate the demand that they had hoped.
"Although we are disappointed for the residents of Humboldt County that this route has been discontinued, we are grateful to Avelo for their ongoing partnership and investment in Humboldt County,” said Cody Roggatz, Director of Aviation for the County of Humboldt. “Avelo’s service between ACV and Los Angeles through the Hollywood-Burbank Airport (BUR) continues to be one of the strongest services provided in Avelo’s network. I would like to thank the residents of Humboldt County for supporting that service and for continuing to fly ACV. The community’s support of the routes we currently have will help us expand service destinations in the future.”
Avelo will continue to provide four weekly flights to/from Los Angeles through the Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR). Avelo will be adding an additional weekly flight beginning Dec. 17 through Dec. 30 for the holidays. For booking information, visit aveloair.com.
For more information on the California Redwood Coast-Humboldt County Airport, please visit FlyACV.com.