Grand Junction’s connection with Avelo has officially arrived. From low fares to self-cleaning air, Avelo wants every customer to feel like a first class passenger.
Travelers on the direct flight from Burbank find this experience to be a breeze.
“It was great,” Steve Ferdinando states, “It was easy,” Ginger Norris adds, “We’re already figuring out where we’re trying to go next. Normally, we’d have to go to another state, get on a different plane, and it took us twice as long so this was great. we’ll be back.”
Avelo is the first new main airline in fifteen years, and is already setting goals sky high to expand. Before its first flight to Colorado, Avelo Airlines announced its east coast basin in Connecticut.
After a smooth landing in the launch, executives see the future taking off the very same.
“I expect it will be a pretty rapidly growing airline, as long as we’re delivering great customer experience and running an on-time operation.” Avelo Airlines Vice President Vicky Stennis shares, “It’s our hope that our customers will come back over and over.”
Avelo’s schedule for four evening flights out of Grand Junction is still a go. Airport officials recommend the public to check in earlier than usual.