Allegiant Air Adds 3 New Cities in 10-Route Expansion

Jun 18, 2019

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Allegiant Air is adding three cities to its route map, part of 10-route expansion that will be announced Tuesday.

The new destinations will be Redmond, Oregon; State College, Pennsylvania; and Traverse City, Michigan. All 10 of the new routes are listed below.

Allegiant’s first flights from Redmond (RDM) will begin Oct. 3, when it launches service to Las Vegas (LAS). Phoenix-Mesa (AZA) flights begin a day later. Both routes will operate year-round with a twice-weekly schedule. Allegiant will become the fifth airline with regularly scheduled commercial service at Redmond, joining Alaska Airlines, American, Delta, Sun Country and United.

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At the University Park Airport serving State College (SCE), Allegiant will add two year-round routes to Florida. Service to Orlando-Sanford (SFB) begins Oct. 9 while St. Petersburg (PIE) flights begin Oct. 16. State College is currently served by the regional affiliates of American, Delta and United. Allegiant’s flights will be the longest on the schedule at the airport, surpassing American’s American Eagle service to Chicago O’Hare (ORD). Currently, the airport’s southern-most route is United’s United Express service to Washington Dulles (IAD).

Allegiant will add three new routes from Traverse City (TVC), connecting the Lake Michigan community to three Florida airports. Service to Orlando-Sanford (begins Oct. 9) and St. Petersburg (Oct. 16) is slated to be year-round while flights to Punta Gorda (PGD) will begin Oct. 17 and will be seasonal.

Beyond the new cities, Allegiant also is adding new routes at Jacksonville, Florida (JAX); Grand Rapids, Michigan (GRR); McAllen, Texas (MFE) and New Orleans (MSY).

Scroll down for a full list of the new routes.

Redmond, Oregon (RDM)

Las Vegas (LAS): Year-round; two weekly flights begin Oct. 3.

Phoenix-Mesa (AZA): Year-round; two weekly flights begin Oct. 4.

Direct competition: Sun Country offers seasonal service to Las Vegas. American does not fly to Phoenix-Mesa, but it does offer nonstop service from Redmond to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX).

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State College, Pennsylvania (SCE)

Orlando-Sanford, Florida (SFB): Year-round; two weekly flights begin Oct. 9.

St. Petersburg, Florida (PIE): Year-round; two weekly flights begin Oct.16.

Direct competition: None

Traverse City, Michigan (TVC)

Orlando-Sanford, Florida (SFB): Year-round; two weekly flights begin Oct. 9.

Punta Gorda, Florida (PGD): Seasonal; two weekly flights begin Oct. 17.

St. Petersburg, Florida (PIE): Year-round; two weekly flights begin Oct.16.

Direct competition: None, but tiny carrier Elite Airways offers seasonal service from Traverse City to Sarasota (SRQ), which is about 45 miles from St. Petersburg.

Grand Rapids, Michigan (GRR)

New Orleans (MSY): Seasonal; two weekly flights begin Oct. 3.

Jacksonville, Florida (JAX): Seasonal; two weekly flights begin Oct. 4.

Direct competition: None

Phoenix-Mesa (AZA)

McAllen, Texas (MFE): Year-round; two weekly flights begin Oct. 3.

Redmond, Oregon (RDM): Year-round; two weekly flights begin Oct. 4. (also listed above)

Direct competition: American does not fly from Phoenix-Mesa, but it does offer nonstop service to Redmond from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX).

Featured image courtesy of Allegiant Air.

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