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Allegiant is adding even more routes in time for summer vacations, expanding on their growth earlier in March. Per a press release and USA Today, the new routes are:

Allegiant’s newest routes. Year-round service in orange, seasonal service in blue. Map courtesy of

New nonstop, seasonal service to Jacksonville International Airport (JAX) from:

  • Louisville, Kentucky via Louisville International Airport (SDF) beginning June 8, 2018
  • Norfolk, Virginia via Norfolk International Airport (ORF) beginning June 14, 2018*

New nonstop, seasonal service to Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) from:

  • Kansas City, Missouri via Kansas City International Airport (MCI) beginning June 8, 2018

New nonstop, year-round service to Nashville International Airport (BNA) from:

  • Tampa / St. Pete, Florida via St. Pete–Clearwater International Airport (PIE) beginning June 14, 2018

New nonstop, seasonal service to Nashville International Airport (BNA) from:

  • Syracuse, New York via Syracuse Hancock International Airport (SYR) beginning June 14, 2018

Introductory Fares

To celebrate these new routes, Allegiant is offering $49 one way fares in all five markets. The terms state that:

  • Seats are limited
  • Price includes taxes and fees
  • Flights must be purchased by April 4, 2018 for travel by Aug. 13, 2018
  • Fares are one way and not available on all flights
  • For optional services and baggage fees, please visit


Remember, like Frontier and Spirit, you’ll be charged a whole host of fees on top of that $49 fare, including: bringing a carry-on bag or a checked bag; buying a seat or food on board; paying by credit card; or even paying via telephone of their website.

Let us know if you’ll be taking advantage of any of these new Allegiant routes!

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