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  • Joe Breitfeller

Allegiant to Launch New Nonstop Service to Nashville From Provo and Akron From February 2023

Allegiant will launch new service to Nashville International Airport (BNA) from Provo Airport (PVU) in Utah, as well as from Akron-Canton Airport (CAK) in Ohio. To celebrate, the carrier is offering introductory one-way fares from $37.


Allegiant Airbus A320neo - Courtesy Airbus/Allegiant

On Wednesday (November 16, 2022), Allegiant Travel Company announced the launch of new service to Nashville International Airport (BNA) from Provo Airport (PVU) in Utah, as well as from Akron-Canton Airport (CAK) in Ohio. Both routes will launch on February 15, 2022, with introductory one-way fares from Provo starting at $59, and from Akron starting at $37. To qualify for the low promotional fares, tickets must be booked by November 17, 2022 for travel by August 13, 2023.

In Wednesday’s route announcement, Allegiant’s Senior Vice President of Revenue and Planning, Drew Wells, said,


“Nashville consistently ranks among the most desired destinations in the country, so we are thrilled to connect vacationers from Utah and Ohio to all of the music, arts and culture in Music City. The region has so much to offer, and these new flights will start just in time to plan spring and summer vacations.”


Founded in 1999, Las Vegas-based 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 currently operates an all-Airbus A320 Family fleet. Allegiant recently placed an order for up to 100 Boeing 737-7 and 737-8-200 MAX jets.



Source: Allegiant Travel Company/PRNewswire

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