Avelo Airlines has launched a nonstop service between Las Vegas and Northern Colorado that will connect the snow-capped Rockies with the entertainment capital of the world.
Flights will run between McCarran International Airport (LAS) in Las Vegas to Denver’s Northern Colorado Regional Airport (FNL) from December 15, 2021.
Avelo Airlines Las Vegas North Colorado Details
The nonstop service will operate two days per week on Wednesdays and Saturdays, departs FNL at 12:05p.m. and arriving at LAS at 1:00 p.m. The returning flight departs LAS at 1:40 p.m., arriving at FNL at 4:30 p.m.
The Avelo Airlines Las Vegas Northern Colorado route will see a Boeing Next Generation 737-800 aircraft used.
“Traveling between Las Vegas and Northern Colorado is now easier and more affordable than ever,” said Avelo Chairman and CEO Andrew Levy.
“We’re excited to add this popular route to Avelo’s Western U.S. network. Whether you’re arriving or departing, FNL is the ultra-convenient gateway to and from North Denver and Fort Collins.”
LAS is the second destination that Avelo fly to from FNL, join Los Angeles which is currently the only route.
FNL joins Sonoma County, CA, and Eureka, CA, as the third destination served by Avelo from LAS.
Avelo Airlines offers customers time and money-saving convenience, low everyday fares, and serves 11 popular destinations across the Western U.S., including its base at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR).
Starting this fall, Avelo will begin serving Connecticut from its first East Coast base at Tweed-New Haven Airport (HVN).
Why visit Las Vegas?
In Vegas you can expect unrivaled entertainment and nightlife, exhilarating sporting events, world-famous hotels and dining experiences, casinos, shopping and more.
Beyond the strip, outdoor adventures, family friendly activities, top-rated golf courses and iconic attractions await visitors of all ages.
Las Vegas is served by McCarran International Airport, which is conveniently located just two miles from Las Vegas Boulevard and 3.5 miles from the Las Vegas Convention Center, with most hotels located within a 15-minute drive from the airport.
McCarran currently has nonstop service to 120 cities in the U.S., with direct flights to and from Mexico.
Why visit Northern Colorado?
With 300 days of sunshine, snow-capped mountains, idyllic lakes and clear-running rivers, Northern Colorado is the gateway to an array of outdoor activities for every interest.
In addition to the vibrant city centers of Denver and Boulder, the Fort Collins-Loveland corridor is home to a lively arts and entertainment scene, infinite dining options and a spirited nightlife.
Amidst the crowds, long lines, lengthy walks, traffic congestion, and train and shuttle transfers frequently encountered at Denver International Airport (DEN), FNL offers a refreshingly smooth and simple hometown airport experience.
Adjacent to Interstate 25, FNL is just minutes from Fort Collins and an easy 50-minute drive to downtown Denver.
Northern Colorado Regional Airport (FNL) is the nearest to Estes Park, base camp to the breathtaking Rocky Mountain National Park which is home to an abundance of wildlife and miles of hiking trails.
Drive times from FNL to world-renowned ski resorts like Breckenridge, Vail, Copper Mountain, and Winter Park are like those from the Denver International Airport.