Category Archives: Allegiant Air

A message from Allegiant’s chief operating officer

Allegiant Air made this announcement:

Dear Valued Allegiant Customer,

Together We Fly is more than a phrase, it’s what we stand for. At Allegiant, “together” means you – our valued customers, the communities we serve, and our 4,500 team members across the country dedicated to providing you with access to safe, affordable nonstop travel. That’s as true today as it will be tomorrow. I wanted to share with you some of the actions we are taking to ensure you can fly with confidence now, and that will enable Allegiant to continue to be there for you in the future when family visits, vacations and events resume.

As a domestic airline, Allegiant was not impacted as early in the arc of the Coronavirus / COVID-19 outbreak as many other carriers. However, as events canceled and popular destinations closed across the country, that quickly changed. We have reduced our flight schedule significantly, but are working to preserve flights where we are able. We thank you for your understanding as those reductions continue. As always, if you are booked with us, we will let you know immediately should there be a change to your scheduled flight, and work with you on all available options.

Temporarily reducing our schedule is just one of many strategic steps we are taking as a company to maintain financial stability now. This enables us to best ensure we can support your travel needs, the livelihoods of our team members and the businesses in the communities we serve that depend on air travel for their customers in the future. We know that our ability to continue providing nonstop service is critical in many of the communities that have been hit hardest. In many areas, our presence means jobs, tourism and economic impact as well as flights, and we are as committed to local recovery as we are to serving our customers.

Please know that your health and safety and that of our team members is, as always, our top priority. We are in constant contact with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, World Health Organization and other authorities, following all current guidance. Our aircraft cleaning program ensures all surfaces are disinfected to the highest possible standard. In addition, we are now treating all aircraft with an advanced protectant solution which creates a microscopic film shown to kill any virus, germ or bacteria coming into contact with a treated surface. This product is safe and effective because it forms a colorless, odorless protective barrier on all surfaces of the aircraft to prevent cross-contamination.

During these uncertain times, we know there are many factors that go into your decision to travel. If you would like to change your travel plans, you may continue to do so without incurring a fee. We introduced an online tool you can use to make changes or cancel your flight without contacting Customer Care. For more information and the latest updates, visit our COVID-19 information page here.

We will keep you informed of all new developments. But please know that our team continues to be committed to your safe, seamless travel – now, and in the future. We are all in this together.

Thank you once again for flying with us.

Signature
Scott Sheldon
Chief Operating Officer

Allegiant takes measures to counter the coronavirus downturn

Allegiant Air made this announcement:

In light of continuing operational impacts of the Coronavirus Disease / COVID-19 pandemic, Allegiant Travel Company today announced a slate of strategic measures aimed at strengthening the company’s balance sheet, consolidating demand while continuing to provide service to customers, protecting health and safety, and enabling a solid foundation for the future.

 

“This is an unprecedented situation and our team has come together in extraordinary ways to ensure our customers can continue to fly with confidence, while taking steps to ensure the ongoing financial health of the company,” said Maurice J. Gallagher, Jr., Allegiant chairman and CEO. “As a domestic airline with a unique business model serving primarily leisure travelers, we were better positioned than most to withstand the early impact of COVID-19 on travel. But this is a situation which is changing daily, and we are focused on taking proactive steps to protect the health and safety of our customers and team members, and to ensure our resilient company can continue to provide access to convenient, affordable nonstop travel.”

In an effort to address reduced demand in leisure travel, Allegiant has already cut airline capacity by approximately 15 percent during April and May, a figure expected to grow to 30-35 percent with additional reductions to come. Flexible scheduling for seasonal peaks which is adjusted regularly to demand has been a core principal of Allegiant’s business model, and allows the airline to decrease capacity quickly and inexpensively.

In an effort to limit prospective expenditures, the travel company will immediately cease activity on non-airline projects, including suspending construction of Sunseeker Resort Charlotte Harbor –  its planned resort in southwest Florida –  and the related renovation of Kingsway Country Club. Family entertainment centers operating in Warren, Michigan and Clearfield, Utah will also close until further notice. In addition to the preservation of liquidity, suspending these projects is necessary for social distancing to prevent community spread of COVID-19.

Allegiant has also placed an immediate moratorium on all non-essential capital expenditures and discretionary spending across the company, and instituted an immediate hiring freeze on all non-essential positions. Stock buyback and dividend activity will also be suspended, and avenues for additional borrowing will be explored. Allegiant Chairman and CEO Maurice J. Gallagher, Jr. and President John Redmond do not draw salary. Other officers of the company will take a 50 percent salary reduction.

“This set of initiatives could defer as much as $300 million in planned cash outlay for 2020,” said Greg Anderson, chief financial officer. “In addition, meaningful capacity cuts will help to preserve additional liquidity. The flexibility of our business model – particularly our low fixed cost structure –  will go a long way to help navigate these uncertain times and put us in a strong position moving forward,” he continued. “With these initiatives we believe we are well positioned to mitigate the impact to our sector of COVID-19, but we will continue to be proactive in our approach to mitigate both current and long-term effects, and to bring forward additional measures as needed.”

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Allegiant to establish a new base at Concord, NC (near Charlotte)

Allegiant Travel Company today announced plans to establish a base of operations at Concord-Padgett Regional Airport (USA). The Las Vegas-based company will invest $50 million to establish the new base in Concord, creating at least 66 high-wage jobs and housing two Airbus aircraft.

Allegiant plans to begin its base operations in Concord on October 7, 2020. Concord-Padgett Regional Airport will become the airline’s 21st aircraft base.

Located minutes from Charlotte, Concord is one of the nation’s fastest-growing cities, with a robust business infrastructure and a diverse workforce. Home to some of North Carolina’s top tourist destinations, including NASCAR’s famed Charlotte Motor Speedway and Concord Mills, the city boasts a historic downtown district and a wide variety of entertainment and leisure activities for visitors and local residents. Concord is the largest city in Cabarrus County, with a population of more than 94,000.

Allegiant began operating at Concord in 2013 and currently offers seven nonstop routes: one to the Mardi Gras City of New Orleans and six to premier Florida destinations, including Destin/Fort Walton Beach, Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood, Sanford, West Palm Beach, Punta Gorda and St. Petersburg-Clearwater. Since establishing service, Allegiant has flown more than one million passengers through Concord, including 353,000 in 2019 alone.

Concord-Padgett Regional Airport opened in 1994 and has grown to be one of the busiest airports in the Carolinas. The airport’s strong general aviation focus has been enhanced by the availability of Allegiant Air’s low-cost scheduled passenger service to seven destinations. Over 40 City of Concord Aviation Department coworkers operate Concord-Padgett Regional and provide aircraft fueling, hangaring, tie-down, parking, and customer services. Other aeronautical services such as aircraft rental, aircraft maintenance, and flight instruction are offered through private operators leasing space on-site. CPRA also has an on-site, staffed fire station operated by the Concord Fire Department and a control tower operated by contracted staff. The annual budget for the airport currently exceeds $12 million.

All photos by the airport.

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Allegiant announces nine new nonstop routes

Allegiant Air today announced nine new nonstop routes, including expanded service to San Diego, Las Vegas and Destin-Fort Walton Beach, Florida.

The new seasonal routes to Las Vegas via McCarran International Airport (LAS) include:

  1. San Diego, California via San Diego International Airport (SAN) – beginning June 3, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $43.* 
  2. Fort Wayne, Indiana via Fort Wayne International Airport (FWA) – beginning June 4, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $69.*
  3. Tucson, Arizona via Tucson International Airport (TUS) – beginning June 5, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $49.*

The new seasonal routes to San Diego via San Diego International Airport (SAN) include:

  1. Las Vegas, Nevada via McCarran International Airport (LAS) – beginning June 3, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $43.* 
  2. Tulsa, Oklahoma via Tulsa International Airport (TUL) – beginning June 3, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $69.*
  3. Billings, Montana via Billings Logan International Airport (BIL) – beginning June 4, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $59.*
  4. Medford, Oregon via Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport (MFR) – beginning June 4, 2020 with fares as low as $59.*
  5. Sioux Falls, South Dakota via Sioux Falls Regional Airport (FSD) – beginning June 5, 2020 with fares as low as $69.*
  6. Idaho Falls, Idaho via Idaho Falls Regional Airport (IDA) – beginning June 5, 2020 with fares as low as $59.*

The new seasonal route to Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport (VPS) from Central Illinois Regional Airport at Bloomington-Normal (BMI) begins June 4, 2020 with fares as low as $49.*

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Allegiant reports 4Q and 2019 financial results

Allegiant Travel Company today reported the following financial results for the fourth quarter and full year 2019, as well as comparisons to the prior year:

Consolidated Three Months Ended
December 31,
Percent
Change
Twelve Months
Ended December 31,
Percent
Change
(unaudited) 2019 2018 2019 2018
Total operating revenue (millions) $ 461.1 $ 412.1 11.9 % $ 1,841.0 $ 1,667.4 10.4 %
Operating income (millions) 92.7 63.1 46.9 364.0 243.5 49.5
Net income (millions) 60.5 41.4 46.1 232.1 161.8 43.4
Diluted earnings per share $ 3.72 $ 2.56 45.3 $ 14.26 $ 10.00 42.6
Airline only Three Months Ended
December 31,
Percent
Change
Twelve Months
Ended December 31,
Percent
Change
(unaudited) 2019 2018 2019 2018
Airline operating revenue (millions)(1) $ 456.6 $ 409.9 11.4 % $ 1,822.5 $ 1,659.1 9.8 %
Airline operating income (millions)(1) 97.4 68.2 42.8 % 388.7 255.9 51.9 %
Airline operating margin 21.3 % 16.6 % 4.7 pts. 21.3 % 15.4 % 5.9 pts.
Airline diluted earnings per share(1) $ 4.04 $ 2.87 40.8 % $ 15.88 $ 10.77 47.4 %
Airline CASM ex fuel (cents)(1) 6.50 6.60 (1.5) % 6.22 6.43 (3.3) %
(1) Denotes a non-GAAP financial measure. Refer to Appendix A: Non-GAAP Presentation section within this document for further information.

“I am very happy to report our 68th consecutive profitable quarter and another profitable year,” stated Maurice J. Gallagher, Jr., chairman and CEO of Allegiant Travel Company. “The airline group successfully grew operating margin from 15 percent in 2018 to over 21 percent in 2019. Our success is very much tied to the efforts of our valued team members, who this year have also voted Allegiant as one of the Top 100 Best Places to Work according to Glassdoor’s national survey. We are committed to investing in our people and are happy to report that profit sharing payments to our employees company-wide are up nearly 80 percent from 2018. We could not achieve these outstanding financial and operational results without our dedicated team members, and I thank them for another truly extraordinary year.

“The highlights below show what a remarkable year we had in 2019, post our transition to our all-Airbus fleet. This transition is working as expected regarding both operations and profitability. We had an excellent operational quarter and year, averaging $6.3 million of EBITDA per aircraft this year, as predicted. We recently announced 44 new routes in the coming months – the largest network expansion in company history – which will bring us to more than 500 routes served. We truly are becoming a national brand as our reach stretches from coast to coast. Our non-competitive approach and limited-utilization model continues to work as it has for the past 18 years, allowing us to generate industry-leading profits.

“In closing, I would like to congratulate Scott DeAngelo on his promotion to executive vice president and chief marketing officer. In the nearly two years he has been with us, he has been the critical cog in our efforts to better understand our customers via a more data centric approach. This is a critical requirement in our Allegiant 2.0 evolution. He also led the negotiations in our recent efforts to obtain the Allegiant Stadium naming rights. We are fortunate to have Scott, with his talent and experience on the team as we evolve into a customer-centric travel company in the coming years.”

FY 2019 guidance recap

  • Fuel cost per gallon for 2019 was $2.18, three cents higher than our expectation of $2.15
    • Expectation going into fourth quarter was $2.08, whereas actual cost was $2.18
      • Increase drove a $0.29 reduction in our expected fourth quarter EPS
  • Sunseeker Resort project spend expected between $90 to $100 million with actual spend at $48 million
    • No change in anticipated second quarter 2021 opening
    • Lower spend resulted in reduced capitalized interest causing interest expense to be slightly higher than guidance
  • Ended 2019 with 91 total A320 series aircraft, two fewer than expected
    • Incremental two aircraft have been placed in service in early 2020
      • Still expect to have 105 aircraft by end of 2020
  • Airline capex spend exceeded guidance
    • Driven by opportunistic engine acquisitions and earlier than planned aircraft deliveries

Airline only fourth quarter 2019 results

  • Diluted earnings per share were $4.04, an increase of over 40 percent versus last year
  • 21.3 percent operating margin for the quarter, up 4.7 points year over year
  • TRASM increased 2.5 percent despite capacity growth of 8.3 percent
    • Despite a 0.5 percent TRASM headwind from our initial co-branded credit card breakage revenue in fourth quarter 2018
  • Average fare – air related charges (air ancillary) up 13.4 percent year over year
    • Four consecutive quarters of air ancillary in excess of $50 per passenger
  • Third party products revenue up 17.4 percent versus last year
    • Hotel net revenue grew 22 percent and car rental net revenue grew 16 percent, far exceeding passenger growth
  • Operating CASM, excluding fuel, declined 1.5 percent
    • Efficiencies in maintenance along with more targeted marketing spend were the largest drivers of improvement
    • Year over year decrease is less than initial expectations due to higher than expected profit sharing payments to employees and unplanned line maintenance events

Airline only full year 2019 highlights

  • Industry-leading controllable completion of 99.96 percent, up versus prior year
  • On time performance (A-14) for the year was 78.7 percent, up 1.8 points year over year
  • Average fare – third party products revenue up 10.5 percent year over year on a per passenger basis
    • Driven by higher rental car net revenue and increased activity from our co-branded credit card
  • Fixed fee contract revenue of $65 million
    • Highest annual total in the company’s history
  • Operating CASM, excluding fuel, declined 3.3 percent
    • Reduction on a unitized basis in every operating expense line item with the exception of depreciation
    • CASM, excluding fuel and profit sharing would have declined 4.4 percent
  • ASMs per gallon up 5.8 percent in 2019 versus 2018
  • EBITDA of $536.9 million, up 40 percent over the prior year
    • Average airline EBITDA per aircraft of $6.3 million

Liquidity and shareholder returns

  • Total cash and investments at December 31, 2019 were $473 million
  • Total debt of $1.4 billion
  • We have 27 unencumbered aircraft
  • Returned $11 million in dividends in the fourth quarter
    • Expect to pay dividend of $0.70 per share on March 12, 2020 to shareholders of record as of March 2, 2020
  • Currently have approximately $85 million in share repurchase authority
  • Drew down $81 million from the revolving credit facility to facilitate aircraft and engine acquisitions
    • Intend to raise long-term financing on these assets individually and use the proceeds to pay down the facility
Aircraft fleet plan by end of period
Aircraft – (seats per AC) YE19 1Q20 2Q20 3Q20 YE20
A319 (156 seats) 37 38 38 38 38
A320 (177/186 seats) 54 57 63 65 67
Total 91 95 101 103 105
Aircraft listed in table above include only in-service aircraft and future aircraft under contract (subject to change)

Allegiant becomes the official airline of the Indianapolis Colts

Allegiant and the Indianapolis Colts have entered a partnership that will make Allegiant the “Official Airline of the Indianapolis Colts,” the airline and the team announced today.

Allegiant has been a proud airline sponsor of the Colts since 2015, but this new, multi-year agreement unites one of Indianapolis’ newest corporate leaders with the Colts, giving both organizations the chance to enhance the fan experience, whether at a game in the stands, watching from home or flying Allegiant to an away game.

As part of the agreement, the upper terrace level of Lucas Oil Stadium will be named “Allegiant Terrace Level,” enhancing the value of upper concourse tickets with entertaining gameday activities, contests and more. Allegiant also will give Indiana residents the chance to compete to be permanently featured on one of 133 banners on the terrace level, immortalizing their Colts fandom for the world to see.

Allegiant already connects Indianapolis to Las Vegas through a twice-weekly nonstop route. But now, that route will play a role in bringing Colts fans to Las Vegas when their team takes on the renamed Las Vegas Raiders at their new home, Allegiant Stadium.  Also, as part of the agreement, football fans can expect Allegiant-branded activations at Touchdown Town, Colts promotions and activation at the Indianapolis International Airport and other in-stadium promotions like the Allegiant “Non-Stop Football Toss” with Colts team mascot “Blue.”

Allegiant identified Indianapolis as a key market for its growing cross-country service and began operating five routes out of Indianapolis in February 2015. It is one of the airline’s 20 permanent bases, which currently offers nonstop service to 15 cities. Allegiant has invested $40 million into the Indianapolis base of operations, permanently stationing 80 employees and three aircraft there. Allegiant serves four airports in Indiana—Indianapolis, South Bend, Fort Wayne and Evansville—flying thousands of Hoosiers on nonstop routes to 36 cities around the country.

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Allegiant announces largest service expansion in company history with 3 new cities and 44 nonstop routes

Allegiant Air today announced 44 new nonstop routes, including 14 routes to three new cities: Chicago, Boston and Houston.

This major addition to service is driven by Allegiant’s goal of connecting leisure travelers in underserved cities to popular destinations around the country. Most of the 44 new routes are non-competitive, with no other airline providing service between those airports.

The new seasonal routes to Nashville International Airport (BNA) include:

  1. Bozeman, Montana via Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN) – beginning May 21, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $66.* 
  2. Sioux Falls, South Dakotavia Sioux Falls Regional Airport (FSD) – beginning May 21, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $55.*
  3. Norfolk, Virginia via Norfolk International Airport (ORF) – beginning May 22, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $44.*
  4. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvaniavia Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) – beginning May 22, 2020 with fares as low as $44.*
  5. Peoria, Illinois via General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport (PIA) – beginning June 4, 2020 with fares as low as $44.*
  6. Tulsa, Oklahomavia Tulsa International Airport (TUL) – beginning June 4, 2020 with fares as low as $44.*
  7. Fargo, North Dakotavia Fargo International Airport (FAR) – beginning June 4, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $55.*
  8. Flint, Michiganvia Bishop International Airport (FNT) – beginning June 5, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $55.*
  9. Greensboro, North Carolina via Piedmont Triad International Airport (GSO) – beginning June 5, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $44.*

The new seasonal routes to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) include:

  1. Grand Rapids, Michiganvia Gerald R. Ford Airport (GRR) – beginning May 7, 2020 with fares as low as $33.*
  2. Asheville, North Carolinavia Asheville Regional Airport (AVL) – beginning May 8, 2020 with fares as low as $33.*
  3. Knoxville, Tennesseevia McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS) – beginning May 8, 2020 with fares as low as $33.*
  4. Destin / Ft. Walton Beach, Floridavia Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport (VPS) – beginning May 14, 2020 with fares as low as $33.*

The new seasonal routes from Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW) include:

  1. Allentown, Pennsylvania via Lehigh Valley International Airport (ABE) – beginning May 14, 2020 with fares as low as $33.*
  2. Des Moines, Iowa via Des Moines International Airport (DSM) – beginning May 21, 2020 with fares as low as $33.*
  3. Savannah, Georgia via Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport (SAV) – beginning May 21, 2020 with fares as low as $33.*
  4. Asheville, North Carolina via Asheville Regional Airport (AVL) – beginning May 21, 2020 with fares as low as $33.*
  5. Knoxville, Tennessee via McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS) – beginning May 21, 2020 with fares as low as $33.*
  6. Destin / Ft. Walton Beach, Florida via Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport (VPS) – beginning June 5, 2020 with fares as low as $33.*

The new seasonal routes to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) include:

  1. Des Moines, Iowa via Des Moines International Airport (DSM) – beginning May 21, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $55.*
  2. Asheville, North Carolina via Asheville International Airport (AVL) – beginning May 22, 2020with one-way fares as low as $55.* 
  3. Knoxville, Tennessee via McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS) – beginning May 22, 2020 with fares as low as $55.*
  4. Grand Rapids, Michigan via Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GRR) – beginning May 22, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $55.*

The new seasonal routes from Asheville Regional Airport (AVL) include:

  1. Boston, Massachusetts via Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) – beginning May 8, 2020with fares as low as $33.*
  2. Chicago, Illinois via Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW) – beginning May 21, 2020with fares as low as $33.*
  3. Houston, Texas via William P. Hobby Airport (HOU)beginning May 22, 2020 with fares as low as $33.*
  4. Austin, Texas via Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS)beginning May 22, 2020 with fares as low as $55.*

The new seasonal routes from Des Moines International Airport (DSM) include:

  1. Chica with fares as low as $33.*
  2. Memphis, Tennessee via Memphis International Airport (MEM) – beginning May 21, 2020 with fares as low as $55.*
  3. Austin, Texas via Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS)beginning May 21, 2020 with fares as low as $55.*

The new seasonal routes from Grand Rapids – Gerald R. Ford Airport (GRR) include:

  1. Los Angeles, California via Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) – beginning June 5, 2020 with fares as low as $66.*
  2. Boston, Massachusetts via Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) – beginning May 7, 2020 with fares as low as $33.*
  3. Austin, Texas via Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) – beginning May 22, 2020 with fares as low as $55.*

The new seasonal routes from McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS) include:

  1. Boston, Massachusetts via Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) – beginning May 8, 2020with fares as low as $33.*
  2. Houston, Texas via William P. Hobby Airport (HOU)beginning May 21, 2020 with fares as low as $33.*
  3. Chicago, Illinois via Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW) – beginning May 21, 2020with fares as low as $33.*
  4. Austin, Texas via Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS)beginning May 22, 2020 with fares as low as $55.*
  5. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina via Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) – beginning June 6, 2020 with fares as low as $44.*

The new seasonal routes from William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) include:

  1. Knoxville, Tennessee via McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS) – beginning May 21, 2020 with fares as low as $33.*
  2. Asheville, North Carolina via Asheville Regional Airport (AVL) – beginning May 22, 2020 with fares as low as $33.*
  3. Savannah, Georgia via Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport (SAV) – beginning May 28, 2020 with fares as low as $33.*
  4. Destin / Fort Walton Beach, Florida via Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport (VPS) – beginning June 5, 2020 with fares as low as $33.*

The new seasonal routes to Savannah International Airport (SAV) include:

  1. Belleville, Illinois via MidAmerica St. Louis Airport (BLV) – beginning June 6, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $55.* 
  2. Houston, Texas via William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) – beginning May 28, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $33.*
  3. Chicago, Illinois via Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW) – beginning May 21, 2020with one-way fares as low as $33.*
  4. Punta Gorda, Florida via Punta Gorda Airport (PGD) – beginning June 6, 2020 with fares as low as $44.*
  5. Newburgh, New York via New York Stewart International Airport (SWF) – beginning May 20, 2020 with fares as low as $55.*

The new seasonal routes to Norfolk International Airport (ORF) include:

  1. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania via Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) – beginning May 21, 2020with fares as low as $44.*
  2. Columbus, Ohio via Rickenbacker International Airport (LCK) – beginning May 22, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $44.*
  3. Nashville, Tennessee via Nashville International Airport (BNA) – beginning May 22, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $44.*

The new seasonal routes to Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) include:

  1. Nashville, Tennessee via Nashville International Airport (BNA) – beginning May 22, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $44.*
  2. Norfolk, Virginia via Norfolk International Airport (ORF) – beginning May 21, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $44.*
  3. Memphis, Tennessee via Memphis International Airport (MEM) – beginning May 21, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $55.*

The new seasonal routes to Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport (VPS) include:

  1. Boston, Massachusetts via Logan International Airport (BOS) – beginning May 14, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $33.*
  2. Dayton, Ohio via Dayton International Airport (DAY) – beginning May 14, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $55.* 
  3. Houston, Texas via William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) – beginning June 5, 2020 with one-way fares as low as $33.*
  4. Chicago, Illinois via Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW) – beginning June 5, 2020with one-way fares as low as $33.*
  5. Newburgh, New York via New York Stewart International Airport (SWF) – beginning May 21, 2020 with fares as low as $55.*

The new seasonal routes from Memphis International Airport (MEM) include:

  1. Des Moines, Iowa via Des Moines International Airport (DSM) – beginning May 21, 2020 with fares as low as $55.*
  2. Palm Beach, Florida via Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) – beginning May 21, 2020 with fares as low as $55.*
  3. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania via Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) – beginning May 21, 2020with fares as low as $55.*
  4. Cincinnati, Ohio via Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) – beginning May 22, 2020 with fares as low as $55.*

The new seasonal routes from Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) include:

  1. Providence, Rhode Island via T.F. Green Airport (PVD) – beginning June 5, 2020 with fares as low as $55.*
  2. Knoxville, Tennessee via McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS) – beginning June 6, 2020 with fares as low as $44.*
  3. Elmira, New York via Elmira Corning Regional Airport (ELM) – beginning June 6, 2020 with fares as low as $55.*

The new seasonal route from Louisville International Airport (SDF) to Charleston International Airport (CHS) begins May 22, 2020 with fares as low as $55.*

The new seasonal route from Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB) to Albuquerque International Airport (ABQ) begins June 4, 2020 with fares as low as $66.*

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