Allegiant Launches 15 New Nonstop Routes, New Service to Orange County, California and Spokane
The airline’s network expansion includes 15 new nonstop routes including nine routes to two new cities including Orange County, California and Spokane, Washington. Allegiant will also add flights to/from Las Vegas, Grand Rapids, St. Petersburg and Houston-Hobby.
On Tuesday (November 17, 2020), Allegiant announced a major network expansion with 15 new nonstop routes including new service to Orange County, California and Spokane, Washington. From Orange County (SNA) the carrier will serve Boise, Grand Junction, Medford, Provo, Las Vegas, Missoula, Reno and Spokane. New service from Las Vegas (LAS) includes flights to Spokane, Orange County, Asheville and Flint, while from Grand Rapids Allegiant will serve Newark (EWR) and Destin, Florida (VPS). The airline will also launch service between St. Petersburg, Florida (PIE) and Fargo, North Dakota (FAR) as between Houston-Hobby (HOU) and Mesa, Arizona (AZA). In Tuesday’s announcement, Allegiant’s Vice President of Planning and Revenue, Drew Wells, said,
“We're excited to offer travelers another gateway into Southern California, as well as into the Pacific Northwest in 2021. We are continuing to expand Allegiant's network to provide customers with even more convenient, nonstop options for any travel occasion.”
To celebrate the network expansion, Allegiant is offering introductory one-way fares starting at $39.00 on flights booked by November 18, 2020 for travel by May 24, 2021. Seats and dates are limited, introductory fares are not available on all flights and optional baggage charges and other restrictions may apply.
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