Allegiant Air is set to offer 15 new routes early next year, including four to and from Las Vegas.
Travelers will be able to book flights between McCarran International Airport and Spokane International Airport in Spokane, Washington; John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California; Asheville, North Carolina’s Asheville Regional Airport; and Flint Bishop International Airport in Michigan, the airline announced Tuesday.
“We’re excited to offer travelers another gateway into Southern California, as well as into the Pacific Northwest in 2021,” Drew Wells, Allegiant vice president of planning and revenue, said in a statement. “We are continuing to expand Allegiant’s network to provide customers with even more convenient, nonstop options for any travel occasion.”
The new routes launch in February and March and will give Allegiant 62 routes out of McCarran.
The Asheville trip marks the longest flight Allegiant offers from Las Vegas at 1,824 miles.
To celebrate the new routes, Allegiant is offering special fares, including one-way tickets to and from McCarran as low as $49 to Spokane, $39 to Orange County, $79 to Asheville and $59 to Flint.
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