Allegiant Air adds Cincinnati to its route network

The launch of Allegiant Air’s twice-weekly flights to Punta Gorda in Florida was celebrated at Cincinnati Airport with a ribbon cutting ceremony on 14 February.

  • Allegiant Air, the world’s second most profitable carrier, recently added four domestic services to its offering, all served twice-weekly, utilising the airline’s 166-seat MD-80s. With the longest sector being the 2,058-kilometre service from Punta Gorda, FL (PGD) to Portsmouth, NH (PSM), and the shortest being inaugurated from Cincinnati, OH (CVG) to Orlando Sanford, FL (SFB) at 1,183-kilometre, Allegiant faces no direct competition on any of the new operations. Commenting on the launch of services from Cincinnati (a new destination for Allegiant), Andrew C. Levy, COO of Allegiant Travel Company, said: “Allegiant is proud to inaugurate non-stop, affordable service from Cincinnati Airport to both Orlando, FL and Punta Gorda, FL in the same week. Strong bookings have shown us that the community has embraced our low-cost brand of service and non-stop flights to Southwest Florida.”
Launch date Origin Destination WF A/C Competition (WF)
12 February Orlando Sanford, FL (SFB) Cincinnati, OH (CVG) 2 MD80
Punta Gorda, FL (PGD) Portsmouth, NH (PSM)
13 February Columbus, OH (LCK)
14 February Cincinnati, OH (CVG)
Source: Innovata / Diio Mio for w/c 18 February 2014


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