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Avelo Airlines Temporarily Relocates Dubuque Flights to Cedar Rapids’ Eastern Iowa Airport

Avelo Airlines Temporarily Relocates Dubuque Flights to Cedar Rapids’ Eastern Iowa Airport

DUBUQUE, Iowa; Jan. 11, 2023 – Avelo Airlines said today it is temporarily relocating its Dubuque Regional Airport (DBQ) flights to Cedar Rapids’ Eastern Iowa Airport (CID). Beginning January 14, previously scheduled Avelo flights from DBQ to Orlando will relocate to CID until the airport secures its necessary Transportation Security Administration (TSA) certification.

As previously reported, DBQ was unable to secure the necessary TSA approval of its airport security plan in time for Avelo Airlines’ debut this week. DBQ officials previously stated this delay was not Avelo’s fault.

Avelo is contacting impacted Customers about the airport change. Each Customer will receive a $100 Avelo Travel Fund credit for use on future Avelo flights. Customers can also reschedule their flight to a future date at no extra cost or cancel for a full refund.

Customers with upcoming reservations on Avelo can visit AveloAir.com/DBQ-INFO

About Avelo Airlines

Avelo Airlines was founded with a simple purpose — to Inspire Travel. The airline offers Customers time and money-saving convenience, low everyday fares, and a refreshingly smooth and caring experience through its Soul of Service culture. Operating a fleet of Boeing NextGeneration 737 aircraft, Avelo serves 34 popular destinations across the U.S., including its five bases at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR), Southern Connecticut’s Tweed-New Haven Airport (HVN), Orlando International Airport (MCO), the Delaware Valley’s Wilmington Airport (ILG) and Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU). For more information visit AveloAir.com or the Avelo Newsroom at AveloAir.com/Newsroom.

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