Allegiant Air has announced a significant expansion of its route network with twelve new routes.
As a result of the twelve new services, Allegiant’s total network will span 22 cities in the United States.
Launching in May 2024, Allegiant Air says that the services are specifically designed to transport vacationers to destinations that are in demand.
The Twelve New Routes Coming In 2024
From May 3, 2024, the airline will offer flights to Asheville, North Carolina, via Asheville Regional Airport (AVL).
Meanwhile, on May 16, 2024, customers of Allegiant Air will be able to visit Allentown through connections via Lehigh Valley International Airport (ABE).
Commencing one day late on May 17, 2024, the airline will launch services to Knoxville via McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS).
Bismarck, North Dakota, will commence on May 15, 2024, with the airline offering fares as low as $79 one-way.
Via Bilings-Logan International Airport (BIL), Allegiant will offer, from May 16, 2024, the chance to travel to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
Rapid City in South Dakota will be available to passengers from May 15, 2024, via Rapid City Regional Airport (RAP).
Nashville, Tennessee, via Chicago Rockford International Airport (RFD) will commence on May 16, 2024, as part of continued expansion efforts.
Meanwhile, via Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport (CHA), Allegiant will also offer services to Las Vegas, Nevada, from May 16, 2024.
Expansion on May 16, 2024, will continue with Washington Dulles (IAD) obtaining a new Punta Gorda in Florida service.
Newark, New Jersey (EWR) will be connected via Appleton International Airport (ATW) from May 17 2024.
The penultimate route announcement comes via Eugene Airport (EUS) on May 31, serving Austin, Texas (AUS).
Lastly, the airline will offer flights to Fort Lauderdale (FLL) from May 17, 2024, with service via Cheery Capital Airport (TVC).
Comments From Executive
We are thrilled to offer Allegiant travelers new destination options taking off this Spring. The announcement of new service is a celebration of the success we’ve had in these markets. Also, the addition of a new station makes us a more dynamic airline. We are committed to opening the door to accessible travel in as many markets as possible and know our customers appreciate the low-cost, nonstop options offered by Allegiant.Drew Wells, Allegiant’s senior vice president of revenue and planning and chief revenue officer
The Allegiant Air Fleet
Allegiant Air operates 123 in-service aircraft per the latest data from planespotters.net.
The airline has 89 in-service A320-200s, with four currently parked. These aircraft have an average age of 14.3 years.
Meanwhile, Allegiant also flies 34 of the smaller A319-100s, with these averaging 18.3 years.