Budget Airline Allegiant Air Adds 24 Nonstop Domestic Routes

By Danielle Dorsey


Las Vegas-based budget airline Allegiant Air is expanding with 24 new nonstop routes to help travelers escape the cold in the upcoming winter season. Many of the added flights are to and/or from smaller cities with airports that can be expensive to fly in or out of. The airline will return to Palm Beach, FL, and Fort Collins, CO, two cities that it has served in past years. 

Flexible flyers can score a low introductory fare if by avoiding Thanksgiving, Christmas, and other peak holiday travel.  Some of the added flights are seasonal while others will operate year-round. 

Beginning in mid-November, passengers can fly year-round from Palm Beach, FL to Pittsburgh, PA or Charlotte, NC for just $54 one way. Seasonal service between Punta Gorda, FL, and Elmira, NY will begin on November 13 with fares starting at $69 one way. Other non-stop flights have been added to and from Punta Gorda, FL, Sarasota, FL, Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, and Tucson, AZ. 

Visit Allegiant Air’s website for more information on new routes and to book flights. 

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