Low-cost carrier Allegiant Air will add Montrose Regional Airport in Colorado to its network from 15 December.
The Las Vegas-based airline will operate twice weekly between Montrose and Oakland International Airport, and twice weekly between Montrose and Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport.
"We are confident residents of the Montrose and Telluride region will appreciate our affordable, non-stop service to these two popular destinations," says Allegiant's president Andrew Levy.
Allegiant will be the second carrier to offer scheduled service at Montrose Regional Airport, schedules in Innovata show. United Airlines is the only airline operating non-stop from the airport, with 21 weekly flights to Denver, operated on behalf of United by SkyWest Airlines.