Advanced Airlines Scheduled to Fly to Mammoth Lakes This Winter

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Advanced Air announces new flights into Mammoth Lakes, Calif. for Winter 20/21. The top of California is now easier and faster to get to than ever before. Advanced Air offers a private jet experience at commercial carrier prices.

“Advanced Air brings a very high-level of service that both our visitors and locals deserve,” said Mammoth Lakes Tourism Executive Director, John Urdi.

This winter experience a new type of luxury with Advanced Airlines service to Mammoth Lakes. Beginning December 17, 2020, this public charter service will fly from Burbank, Carlsbad and Hawthorne (LA) to the Mammoth Yosemite Airport. Enjoy the convenience of a private experience at commercial airline cost with benefits such as skipping TSA and complimentary beverages and snacks.

“Advanced Air is very excited to launch airline service directly into Mammoth Yosemite Airport from Jet Center Los Angeles at the Hawthorne Airport (3 miles southeast of LAX), Million Air Burbank at the Burbank Airport, and the airline terminal at the Carlsbad San Diego Airport,” said the company’s President, Levi Stockton. “We have a long history of flying into Mammoth Lakes. Our company was created 15 years ago on the need to travel from Los Angeles to Mammoth Lakes on a regular basis. We view this venture as a partnership with the community and we’ll be working closely with local stakeholders to ensure our service exceeds the standards you’re already used to.”

In these uncertain times surrounding COVID-19, Advanced Airlines will be operating a flexible fleet combined with 30-passenger regional jets and 9 passenger King Air 350’s, allowing for maximum capacity to meet the demand.

“We see a bright future for our partnership with Mammoth Lakes and we’ll be focusing our efforts on providing high on-time departures and flight completions,” Stockton added.

Advanced Air was founded in 2005 and began scheduled shuttle service in 2015.

“Advanced Air brings a very high-level of service that both our visitors and locals deserve,” said Mammoth Lakes Tourism Executive Director, John Urdi. “Their flexibility of aircraft and ability to land in Bishop on stormy days creates the opportunity for almost guaranteed access in and out of the region.”

Visit http://www.advancedairlines.com to book your ticket to visit Mammoth today.

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