Allegiant Announces Nine New Routes Connecting Midwest Cities to Florida and the Southwest
Allegiant has announced the launch of nine new routes to premier spring break destinations with service from the Midwest to Florida and the southwest. To celebrate the new routes, the carrier is offering one-way fares from $39-$59.
Today (December 7, 2021), Allegiant Travel announced the launch of nine new routes from the Midwest to popular spring break destinations in Florida and the southwest. The carrier will launch service to Knoxville, Tennessee via McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS) from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport (PHX) in Arizona from February 16, 2022, and from Minneapolis-Saint Paul (MSP) from March 9th. Allegiant will also launch new service to Phoenix-Mesa Gateway (AZA) from Toledo, Ohio (TOL) starting March 9th and flights from Clarksburg, West Virginia (CKB) to St. Petersburg, Florida (PIE) from March 11th.
Guests traveling to/from Appleton, Wisconsin via Appleton International Airport (ATW) will enjoy service to Fort Lauderdale, Florida (FLL) starting March 10th, and flights to Sarasota, Florida (SRQ) and Denver, Colorado (DEN) from March 11, 2022. Finally, the carrier will offer new routes to/from Flint, Michigan (FNT) to Boston, Massachusetts (BOS) starting March 10th, and Jacksonville, Florida (JAX) from March 11, 2022. To celebrate the launch of the new routes, Allegiant is offering introductory one-way fares from $39-$59. To qualify for the low fares, tickets must be purchased by December 8, 2021 for travel by August 15, 2022.
Founded in 1999, Allegiant is an integrated travel company with an airline at its heart, and a focus on linking passengers from small to medium cities to world-class leisure destinations with all non-stop flights and industry-low average fares. The company offers base airfares that are often half the price of a typical roundtrip ticket and operates an all-Airbus A320 Family fleet.
Source: Allegiant Travel Company