PHOENIX — Travelers departing from Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport will soon have eight new destinations to fly to, Allegiant Airlines announced Tuesday.
In a press release, the airline said it would offer service between the East Valley airport and Boise, Idaho; Indianapolis, Indiana; Kansas City, Missouri; Louisville, Kentucky; Milwaukee, Winsconsin; St. Louis, Missouri; Tampa/St. Petersburg, Florida; and Omaha, Nebraska.
“We are proud to be growing again at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport,” Lukas Johnson, Allegiant’s senior vice president of commercial, said in the release.
“These eight new routes show that local travelers have continued to embrace Allegiant’s unique brand of ultra-low-cost fares and nonstop service to destinations around the country.”
The Omaha, Tampa/St. Petersburg and Indianapolis routes will be flown seasonally. The rest are year-round.
Flights to Kansas City, Louisville and Omaha begin on Oct. 4. All of the routes will be added by Nov. 17.
“Air travelers across the region have long been requesting additional airline services at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport,” J. Brian O’Neill, the airport’s executive director and CEO said in the release. “I commend Allegiant for their continued investment in the greater Phoenix market.”
Fares for the new routes start at $49 for a one-way ticket and can be booked online.