Allegiant Travel Company has announced 10 new nonstop routes to 14 US cities, set to launch in June 2024.

The new routes include connections to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) from Laredo, Texas, Rockford, Illinois and Rapid City, South Dakota; Sarasota Bradenton International Airport (SRQ) from Plattsburgh, New York; McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS) from St. Louis, Missouri, Jacksonville, Florida and South Bend, Indiana; St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport (PIE) from Evansville, Indiana and McAllen, Texas; and Jacksonville International Airport (JAX) from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and Knoxville, Tennessee.

“This expansion caters to passengers and communities we feel have been overlooked by other carriers,” said Drew Wells, Chief Revenue Officer at Allegiant. “Allegiant’s unique business model, connecting small-to-medium-sized cities to vacation destinations, creates accessible travel options not otherwise available in what we believe are underserved markets. We know travellers enjoy the convenience of nonstop flights departing from their neighbourhood airport.”

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