Published on : Wednesday, January 11, 2017
In the month of May, Allegiant Airlines would be flying out of Louisville International Airport. It has planned to provide non-stop service to five Florida spots and seasonal non-stop flights to Hilton Head International in Georgia.
The Las Vegas-based carrier announced on Tuesday that it would start offering one-way fares ranging between $44 and $69.
All routes would be operated twice every week.
The Florida airport include the Punta Gorda, St. Pete-Clearwater, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International, Destin-Fort Walton Beach and Orlando-Sanford International.
Allegiant Airlines officials declared that 17 routes and a new base of operations would be added, apart from the new service to Louisville. In May, eleven cities comprising Indianopolis and Louisville would start new routes in Texas, Georgia and Florida.
Jude Bricker who is the chief operating officer of Allegiant Airlines said that their presences in Florida continues to grow even as they have announced their largest expansion in a Florida destination in the history of the company.
Tickets are limited and one needs to purchase them within 13th January for travelling by 15th August.
Every new route would be the only option between Louisville and the respective destination.
Currently, the Louisville International Airport has as many as five airlines including United Airlines, Southwest Airlines, OneJet, Delta Air Lines and American Airlines.