One of Allegiant’s planes
in its fleet that includes more than 80 aircrafts.
—Allegiant, an airline that mainly flies out of small
cities, announced it will begin service in Milwaukee out
of General Mitchell International Airport.
Allegiant primarily flies to and from smaller cities and
leisure destinations. On Tuesday, the company announced
it will also add service to Gulfport, Mississippi and
“We’re so excited to
grow our network and add service in Gulfport, Norfolk
and Milwaukee,” said Lukas Johnson, Allegiant senior
vice president of commercial, in a statement. “With the
addition of three new cities and a major expansion of
service into Phoenix, we'll be able to offer some great
fall travel options, with convenient, nonstop service
across the country.”
As part of the
announcement, Allegiant is offering one-way fares on the
new routes starting at $29.
In addition to
offering flights, Allegiant provides hotel room and
rental car bookings.
The company started
in 1999 with one aircraft and one route and has since
grown to more than 80 aircraft and more than 300 routes
across the country with base airfares less than half the
cost of the average domestic roundtrip ticket, according
to the company’s announcement.