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Allegiant Air is an ultra-low-cost carrier with service to 124 destinations in the US. The Las Vegas-based airline announced 12 new routes today, just in time for Spring Break 2024. The new flights will expand the airline’s route network to 22 cities served across the country.
The new routes include service between a new airport for Allegiant: Orlando International Airport (MCO) and:
- Asheville Regional Airport (AVL) (2x-4x weekly; starts on May 3rd and ends on August 12th)
- Lehigh Valley International Airport (ABE) (2x weekly; starts on May 16th and ends on August 11th)
- Knoxville McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS) (2x weekly; starts on May 17th and ends on August 12th)
Orlando’s other airport, where Allegiant has a current base, Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB), will see new service to:
- Rapid City Regional Airport (RAP) (2x weekly; starts on May 15th and ends on August 10th)
Nearby, St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport (PIE) will see new flights to:
- Bismarck Airport (BIS) (2x weekly; starts on May 15th and ends on August 10th)
Also in Florida, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) will start flights to:
- Traverse City Cherry Capital Airport (TVC) (2x weekly; starts on May 17th and ends on August 12th)
Finally, Punta Gorda Airport (PGD) will see new service to:
- Washington D.C. via Dulles International Airport (IAD) (2x weekly; starts on May 16th and ends on August 11th)
Other new routes include flights between:
- Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Billings-Logan International Airport (BIL) (2x weekly; starts on May 16th and ends on August 11th)
- Nashville International Airport (BNA) and Chicago Rockford International Airport (RFD) (2x weekly; starts on May 16th and ends on August 11th)
- Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) and Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport (CHA) (2x weekly; starts on May 16th and ends on August 11th)
- Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) and Appleton International Airport (ATW) (2x weekly; starts on May 17th and ends on August 12th)
- Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) and Eugene Airport (EUG) (2x weekly; starts on May 31st and ends on August 12th)
Drew Wells, Allegiant’s Senior Vice President of Revenue and Planning and Chief Revenue Officer, said:
We are thrilled to offer Allegiant travelers new destination options taking off this Spring. The announcement of new service is a celebration of the success we’ve had in these markets. Also, the addition of a new station makes us a more dynamic airline. We are committed to opening the door to accessible travel in as many markets as possible and know our customers appreciate the low-cost, nonstop options offered by Allegiant.”
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.
(Image Credits: Allegiant Air.)
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