LAS VEGAS – Northern Pacific Airways, hailed as “America’s newest low-fare airline,” has revealed its debut route, offering nonstop service between Southern California and Las Vegas, according to a recent news release.
The airline, in its statement, announced that it will provide Los Angeles-area service with flights departing from Ontario International Airport (ONT) and arriving at Las Vegas’ Harry Reid International Airport.
Northern Pacific Airways’ CEO, Rob McKinney, expressed his excitement about this significant milestone. He stated, “This announcement today represents the achievement of a major milestone for Northern Pacific Airways. The airline now has a live flight schedule, purchasable tickets, and refurbished aircraft ready to go, and I can’t wait for passengers to meet our team onboard and fly with us.”
The airline has outlined the flight schedule for this new route, with flights departing from Ontario International Airport on Fridays at 2 p.m., arriving in Las Vegas approximately one hour later. Return flights are scheduled to leave Las Vegas on Sundays at 2 p.m., reaching Ontario at 3 p.m., as stated in the press release.
Northern Pacific Airways plans to operate these flights using their fully refurbished Boeing 757-200 aircraft, providing a comfortable and efficient travel experience for passengers.
According to the company, the inaugural flight for the new route is scheduled for June 23. For more details and ticket bookings, interested individuals can visit the airline’s website at np.com.
Credits: Fox 5 Vegas
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