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Avelo Adds Palm Beach From New Haven

 Avelo map below out of Hartford.

Now add Palm Beach....

Avelo has to be looking at ORH and we feel JetBlue will add back Orlando direct over the next 6 months



Gary Samela said…
Do you have a source at Avelo that is telling you they're looking at ORH? Didn't you say that Breeze and Southwest were looking at ORH. You just throw these things out there without any facts to back it up. Also, how do you know that the two new JFK flights are going to do any better than the single one they had prior to the pandemic? Do you have a source that is telling you that?
Just more delusional conjecture on your part. Once you accept the fact that most people don't want to fly out of ORH then you can move on to other more important issues.
Bill Randell said…
Southwest came to ORH and actually visited.
Breeze was 100% looking at Worcester.

Avelo is simply a guess. But based on their marketing plan. New Haven and Worcester have alot of similarities.
Bill Randell said…
Yes Southwest actually came to ORH
Rusty said…
Gary Samela,…most of the stuff posted here is not just the author pulling it out of his ass but is based on fact. Yes…Southwest did in fact visit ORH in person. The execs came to visit to scope the place out as the airline was very seriously considering ORH as their next expansion. This was pre-pandemic. Service was planned to start in the summer ‘20 span of time but once early spring of 2020 hit, they quickly pulled out of the deal as it had yet to be made public and therefore no harm would be done. As for JetBlue’s 2x daily flights. Yes…everyone predicts them to do quite well once the 2nd daily flight comes online in a week. I personally have access to the daily flight information with pax count. The single flight is currently doing quite well. They are averaging a 50% load factor over the last month which considering we are still in a semi-pandemic with people still afraid to fly is quite well. As for Breeze, once again, I can say firsthand fhe airline was originally considering ORH as one of their launch destinations. This was back when they where still getting there feet underneath them & had yet to be named Breeze. At the time it was ‘Moxy’ who we knew was in talks with the airport. As for American they already have changes planned to there service. They are starting off with the PHL flight for Nov/Dec using a ERJ145XR. Then come January, a switch is planned from Piedmont to Republic as the service provider. This will see an aircraft switch from a ERJ145XR to an ERJ175LR. Slight upgrade operations wise, but huge upgrade for pax comfort. A change in destination is also being looked at as they are currently looking into switching from PHL to JFK at the same time, tho this has yet to be 100% finalized. This switch would see JB give up one of their JFK flights to American as they have a codeshare agreement. This would allow JB to use their 3rd flight to add MCO back to the schedule. As of current JB is reluctant to add MCO as an 4th flight instead of replacing one of the original 3. This is because once they hit 4 per day they must switch from using contracted (Ross Aviation in this case) ticket agents to JB personal. Unsure if this is a contractual obligation or what, that knowledgeable is above me. B it what is stated above I know firsthand. So no, the Author is not ‘pulling things out of his ass’
Bill Randell said…

I hear the same about JetBlue and 3 flights.

At 4 they will need to bring their in their persona.