Just over two years after making history as America’s first new airline to take flight in more than a decade, Avelo Airlines has flown its one millionth Customer from L.A.‘s most convenient airport – Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR).
United adds 40% more flights between the U.S. and Australia/New Zealand next northern winter, including new non-stop service to Christchurch, new routes from L.A. to Brisbane and Auckland, and more flights from San Francisco to Brisbane and Sydney
Vivrelle, the first-of-its-kind membership club that offers access to a shared closet of designer handbags and accessories, today announces a partnership with Four Seasons Hotel Houston and Four Seasons Private Residences Los Angeles.
Delta is forging its way to full network restoration, announcing new routes to Auckland and Nice and added frequency to Paris and Tel Aviv. This new slate of routes are in addition to the destinations announced last fall to Edinburgh, Berlin, Dusseldorf, Geneva and Stuttgart, many routes that have not been flown since pre-pandemic.
Korea’s first hybrid airline Air Premia (YP) is pleased to announce seats open for sale in the US market starting with its inaugural flight from Los Angeles to Seoul on October 29, 2022. Passengers can purchase tickets from travel agents or the Air Premia website.
In celebration of its upcoming 30th anniversary on Oct. 26, Metrolink has introduced a 30 percent sale on its Monthly Pass. The 30% discount is open to all Metrolink riders for three months – October, November and December 2022 and is automatically applied at purchase.
Condor Airlines has announced that it will serve four markets this fall/winter with non-stop flights to Frankfurt from New York (JFK), Toronto (YYZ), Seattle (SEA) and Los Angeles (LAX), which is a new addition to the fall/winter schedule.
The Ministry of Tourism has announced that travellers can now book their reservations for Cayman Airways new service to Los Angeles International Airport, California.
LAX is beginning preparations for a large terminal move on the night of May 12th. From May 12th-17th, Delta Air Lines will be moving its operations at LAX to Terminals 2 and 3 from Terminals 5 and 6. As a result, 19 other carriers will also relocate.