Allegiant Air announced today three new routes that will bolster offerings from existing cities where it operates.
On 12 November, the Las Vegas-based carrier will begin service from Idaho Falls to Allegiant's Phoenix-Mesa base. The flights will operate on Monday and Friday. Allegiant already flies to Las Vegas and Los Angeles from the city. On 8 October, the airline will shift service from Los Angeles International to Long Beach.
Twice-weekly service from Youngstown-Warren, Ohio to St. Petersburg-Clearwater Airport, near Tampa, will commence on 17 November. The service, which will operate on Wednesday and Thursday, will add to airline's existing flights to Orlando-Sanford and Myrtle Beach.
Allegiant will launch service from Grand Rapids to the Fort Myers area with flights to Punta Gorda commencing on 18 November. The flights will operate on Thursday and Sunday. In addition to the new service, Allegiant also flies from Grand Rapids to Fort Lauderdale, Las Vegas, Myrtle Beach, Orlando-Sanford, Phoenix-Mesa, and St. Petersburg-Clearwater.