Allegiant Air is selling tickets for as little as $38 on 19 new routes that will compete against American, Delta, and United (ALGT)


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Allegiant Air announced on Tuesday that it will add 19 new seasonal routes in 2019.
The new routes will serve destinations such as Charleston, South Carolina; Destin-Fort Walton Beach, Florida; Knoxville, Tennessee; Nashville, Tennessee; Savannah, Georgia; and Los Angeles.
In many of the smaller destinations, Allegiant will go up against the basic economy offerings from mainline carriers such as American, Delta, and United.
Allegiant is offering discounted tickets such as $38 from Orlando to Nashville and $39 from Las Vegas to Los Angeles.

Allegiant Air is expanding.

On Tuesday, the Nevada-based ultra-low-cost carrier announced that it will add 19 new seasonal routes this year.

To kick off its new routes, the airline is offering discounts with some one-way flights available for as little as $38.

The new routes will mainly serve airports in the Southeastern United States. However, Allegiant also announced new routes to Los Angeles International Airport.

“We’re excited to continue our growth in 2019 by adding 19 new route options to the Allegiant network,” Drew Wells, Allegiant vice president of planning and revenue, said in a statement. “We know customers will love having new nonstop travel options out of their hometown airport to fun destinations just in time for summer vacation.”

Unlike most of its rivals, Allegiant isn’t a standalone airline. It’s actually the airline arm of the publicly traded Allegiant Travel Company and targets mainly budget-conscious leisure travelers. In fact, the airline’s network is set up to connect secondary cities in the Northeast and the Midwest with holiday destinations in the Southeast and the West Coast.

As a result, Allegiant’s traditional rivals tend to be other ultra-low-cost carriers like Spirit and Frontier. However, the airline’s expansion into smaller regional markets such as the Florida …read more

Source:: Business Insider

      

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