Allegiant to add 3 nonstop routes at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport
PHOENIX — Allegiant Airlines announced Tuesday it is adding three nonstop flights out of Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport.
The airline will offer a year-round route to Traverse City, Michigan, starting Nov. 13.
The following day, it will begin offering a seasonal route to Bentonville, Arkansas.
The airline will add another year-round route, this one to Fort Collins, Colorado, on Nov. 22.
The new routes will operate twice per week and are expected to bring nearly 36,000 passengers to the Valley annually, according to a press release.
“We’re excited to announce more growth in Phoenix by offering these flights,” Drew Wells, Allegiant vice president of planning and revenue, said in the release.
“The Valley of the Sun has so much to offer visitors, and the timing of these latest routes couldn’t be more perfect for those in search of a warm winter getaway.”
The airline announced new routes from the Mesa airport to McAllen, Texas, and Redmond, Oregon, in June. Those flights will begin Oct. 3 and 4, respectively.