CLEARWATER – Allegiant will add new, nonstop jet service to Tampa Bay via St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport from six cities, beginning Oct. 31.
Allegiant also recently announced service in 10 new communities, marking 99 U.S. cities served by Allegiant’s nonstop service to popular vacation destinations, more than any other low-cost carrier in the United States.
The new cities include Columbus, Ohio, beginning Nov. 23; Elmira, N.Y., beginning Nov. 1; Fargo, N.D., beginning Nov. 23; Sioux Falls, S.D., beginning Nov. 1; Stewart, N.Y., beginning Oct. 31; and Syracuse, N.Y., beginning Nov. 7.
“We are pleased to bring more convenient, low-cost vacation options to more communities,” said Andrew C. Levy in a press release. Levy is president of Allegiant Travel Company. “Allegiant is dedicated to making vacations more affordable for more people, offering our customers the lowest possible base fare and nonstop service to the most popular vacation destinations.”
“Almost seven years ago, Allegiant Air began service at PIE with 12 cities and now, with today’s announcement of six new cities, a total of 31 nonstop destinations,” said Noah Lagos, director of St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport.