Just in time for winter’s descent, Allegiant Travel Company announced it will be offering 17 new non-stop routes to warm weather climates from smaller airports across the country on its budget passenger airline, Allegiant Air. The launch comes with one-way fares being offered as low as $49.
Allegiant will offer year-round non-stop service to Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB) from Omaha, Nebraska; Pittsburgh, and San Antonio beginning November 5, and from Kansas City, Missouri, and Rochester, N.Y. beginning November 13. Flights from Grand Island, Nebraska, will launch November 7, but will terminate in spring 2016.
Additional flights to Florida include non-stop service from San Antonio to Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport (FLL) beginning on November 5, and flights to St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport (PIE) from Appleton, Wisconsin; Scranton, Pennsylvania; and Kansas City, Missouri, all starting in early November. Flights to Punta Gorda Airport (PGD) in Southwest Florida near Fort Myers will be offered from Grand Rapids, Michigan; Akron, Ohio; and Kansas City, Missouri, also in early November.
Year-round service will also be offered to McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas from Belleville, Illinois, Oklahoma City, and San Antonio in early November. Flights from Las Vegas to Montrose Regional Airport in Colorado will launch in mid-December through spring 2016 for ski season.
Passengers can book flights for these destinations only on Allegiant’s website. Special introductory one-way fares begin at $49 and must be purchased by August 14, 2015, for travel by February 16, 2016.
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