DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Allegiant announced Thursday they will expand service to Dayton International Airport.
In a press release on the Allegiant website plans for the expansion are outlined.
They include nine new routes and service to two new cities, Dayton and Flint, Michigan.
“We’re excited to announce this expansion of our network including the addition of two new cities to our route map,” said Jude Bricker, Allegiant Travel Company senior vice president of planning. “Nonstop flights to Florida from Dayton and Flint are in high demand, and we’re pleased to announce our entry into these markets to fill that demand. These nine new routes will offer millions of travelers brand-new options to escape to a warm destination this winter and spring.”
The new routes from Dayton include year-round nonstop service to St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport beginning on April 13, and flights to Orlando-Sanford International Airport beginning April 14. One way fares to the two locations begin at $57 and $51 respectively. These routes and the other new routes announced will fly twice weekly.
An official announcement is expected Thursday at Dayton International Airport.