On 14 November, Peoria Airport celebrated the launch of Allegiant Air’s seasonal flights to Orlando Sanford, a sector served twice-weekly until 4 May. Addressing the audience shortly before the first inaugural flight is Gene Olson, Director of Airports at Metropolitan Airport Authority of Peoria.
- Allegiant Air expanded its seasonal offering with the addition of three new routes during the course of last week. On 13 November, Allegiant launched twice-weekly flights (Thursdays and Sundays) until 3 May, from St. Pete-Clearwater, FL (PIE) to Concord, NC (USA), utilising its 177-seat A320s. In addition, on 14 November, the airline continued its expansion, commencing twice-weekly 166-seat MD-80 operations from Orlando Sanford, FL (SFB) to Peoria, IL (PIA), until 4 May. On the same day, it introduced weekly flights (Fridays) from Phoenix-Mesa, AZ (AZA) to Cincinnati, OH (CVG), an airport pair operated by its 156-seat A319s until 4 May. No other carrier, serves any of Allegiant’s new routes.