VERO BEACH – Elite Airways LLC has increased nonstop jet service between Vero Beach Regional Airport (VRB) and Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) from three times per week to four times per week on Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays and Mondays starting in November.

Additional daily nonstop flights have been added during the week of Thanksgiving and the last two weeks of December to accommodate holiday travel. Tickets are now available for purchase at 877.393.2510 and

This announcement underscores Elite Airways’ continued growth as it recently added new nonstop jet service between Sarasota-Bradenton, FL (SRQ) and Portland, ME (PWM), and expanded nonstop service between Orlando-Melbourne, FL (MLB) and Portland, ME.

“Elite Airways has received outstanding support at Vero Beach Regional Airport, and we are pleased to expand our schedule with more nonstop flights back and forth to Newark,” said John Pearsall, President of Elite Airways. “The success of our northeast-to-Florida routes has been a significant factor our growth and success, with Vero Beach being an important destination for us—and we thank airport and community leaders for their continued support.”

Eric Menger, Executive Director at Vero Beach Regional Airport went on to say: “Our successful partnership with Elite Airways continues to thrive. We enjoy seeing smiles on thousands of happy passengers’ faces and will continue to support Elite with their growth plans for the future.”

“We are thrilled Elite Airways will be adding more nonstop flights during the busy holiday travel season and in the coming year,” said Allison McNeal, Director of Tourism, Indian River County Chamber of Commerce. “Elite Airways has been instrumental in increasing Indian River County’s visitor share of the New York and New Jersey markets since the start of the service last fall. Direct air service to our destination enables visitors to spend much less time traveling, allowing them to stay longer and enjoy more of what Indian River County has to offer.”

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