- Joe Breitfeller
Allegiant Announces Seven New Routes Including More Service to Florida and Palm Springs, California
Allegiant Travel Company announced on Thursday seven new nonstop routes including three new routes to Florida and two to Palm Springs, California. The carrier is celebrating their expansion with one-way fares from $29.
On Thursday (August 27, 2020), Allegiant Air announced an expansion of their network with seven new routes. From November 20, 2020, The carrier is offering new seasonal service to Punta Gorda Airport (PGD) in Southwest Florida from Houston-Hobby (HOU) and Chicago-Midway (MDW). Additionally, Allegiant is launching new service to Sarasota Bradenton International Airport (SRQ) in Florida from Boston (BOS) starting November 19, 2020. New service to Phoenix-Mesa Gateway International Airport (AZA) in Arizona from Santa Maria Airport (SMX) in California will also commence on November 19, 2020.
Allegiant is also offering two new routes to Palm Springs, California (PSP) from Boise, Idaho (BOI) and Eugene, Oregon (EUG), effective November 19th and 20th respectively. The carrier will also launch service to Denver (DEN) from Provo, Utah (PVU) starting November 19, 2020. Finally, the airline will extend their seasonal route to Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN) in Montana from Nashville, Tennessee from November 21, 2020. All new nonstop routes will be operated twice weekly. One way fares are available for between $29 and $59 until August 29, 2020 for travel by February 8, 2021.
Founded in 1999, Allegiant links 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