Allegiant Air Adds Six New Routes

by Anthony Losanno
Allegiant Plane

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Allegiant Air is an ultra-low-cost carrier with service to 124 destinations in the US. The Las Vegas-based carrier is expanding with six new routes announced today.

The new routes include service between:

  • Lehigh Valley International Airport (ABE) and Melbourne Orlando International Airport (MLB)
  • Bangor International Airport (BGR) and Punta Gorda Airport (PGD)
  • Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL) and Nashville International Airport (BNA)
  • Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL) and The Eastern Iowa Airport (CID)
  • Minot International Airport (MOT) and Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB)
  • Portland International Airport (PDX) and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (AZA)

All flights begin between November 17th and 22nd.

Allegiant Plane 2

Drew Wells, Allegiant’s Senior Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer, said:

We continue to see historically high demand from leisure travelers, so we are thrilled to add these routes to our network and build on the success we’ve had in these markets. As travelers look for warm winter getaways and a chance to connect with family and friends, we know they will appreciate the low-cost, nonstop options offered by Allegiant.”

To celebrate these new routes, Allegiant is offering a sale with one-way fares as low as $40 each. Tickets must be booked by July 12th for travel by February 12th. Flight days, times, and the lowest fares can be found at

Anthony’s Take: Allegiant and other low-cost carriers continue to offer nonstop service between markets that are not served or underserved by the major airlines. I’ve never flown Allegiant, but have tried Spirit, Breeze Airways, and Ryanair this year based on schedule.

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