All four routes feature introductory fares beginning at $39
Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air plans to add four new routes to the three it already operates into Savannah, the domestic low-cost carrier announced in January. Seasonal service from Indianapolis, Pittsburgh and Lexington, Ky., will begin this spring, as will year-round service to Baltimore.
The U.S. domestic low-cost carrier already offers seasonal service to Savannah from three Ohio cities — Columbus, Canton/Akron and Cincinnati.
“We are very excited to be adding these four new routes to Savannah/Hilton Head in our second year of service to this popular vacation destination,” said Jude Bricker, Allegiant senior vice president of planning. “Travelers from these markets will enjoy taking advantage of our convenient, affordable flights. We look forward to bringing more visitors and economic growth to the area.”
All four routes feature introductory fares beginning at $39. Seats are limited. Price includes taxes and fees. Fares are one-way and not available on all flights. Must be purchased by Wednesday and be for travel by Aug. 16. Price reflects purchase by debit card; purchase by credit card subject to surcharge not to exceed $8 each way per passenger. Go to Allegiant.com for reservations, optional services and baggage fees.
The new flights will operate twice weekly, expanding the number of routes Allegiant currently operates to Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport to seven and bringing nearly 42,000 additional visitors each year to the area, according to the airline.
Pittsburgh (PIT) – Friday and Monday flights begin April 8
Indianapolis (IND) - Friday and Monday flights begin April 8
Baltimore (BWI) – Friday and Monday flights begin April 29
Lexington (LEX) – Thursday and Sunday flights begin June 2
The all-jet passenger airline focuses on low-cost leisure travel, providing customers with low base fares averaging nearly half of the cost of the typical domestic round-trip fare. In 2014, Aviation Week ranked Allegiant the Top Performing Airline in North America for the third consecutive year.