PHOENIX — California’s wine country just got a whole lot closer to the Arizona desert.
Allegiant Airlines announced service Thursday between Sonoma, California and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport.
“Allegiant is looking forward to giving Northern California travelers additional options to visit Phoenix,” Jude Bricker, Allegiant chief operating officer, said a in press release. “The service announcement was well received by Sonoma-area travelers and we are excited for this flight to take off.”
The airline will operate flights two times per week. Tickets are available on Allegiant’s website.
“Sonoma County is a traveler’s dream, with its beautiful resorts and spas and, of course, the breathtaking Highway 1,” Phoenix Councilwoman Thelda Williams, who is chair of the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority, said in the same release.
As a celebration of the new route, the airline said it will offer special one-way fares as low as $49. The tickets must be purchased by June 2 for flights no later than Aug. 28.
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