BINGHAMTON, N.Y. – Getting to Florida, whether for a relaxing vacation on the beach or the whirlwind excitement in the “House of Mouse,” is now easier for travelers looking to fly out of Greater Binghamton Airport (BGM) after an announcement Wednesday of a new airline carrier arriving in the Southern Tier.
Avelo Airlines will begin serving the Southern Tier at BGM this fall, with nonstop service to Orlando and Fort Myers, starting at an introductory one-way fare of $79.00. Service is scheduled to begin November 16 with twice-weekly flights scheduled for Wednesdays and Saturdays on Boeing Next Generation 737 aircraft which hold approximately 150-190 seats.
Avelo will be the sole airline offering nonstop flights from the Southern Tier to the Sunshine State. Flights will travel between Greater Binghamton Airport (BGM) and Orlando International Airport (MCO) and Fort Myers’ Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW.) Customers can make reservations at AveloAir.com.
Avelo Airlines first took flight April 28, 2021. It flies out of smaller airports serving nearly 30 destinations across the United States from bases at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Burbank Airport, Southern Connecticut’s Tweed-New Haven Airport and Orlando International Airport.