Allegiant Air adds four domestic destinations in single day

Richmond was one of four US airports to welcome a new domestic service from Allegiant Air on 14 June. The 845-kilometre Nashville-Richmond route will be operated twice-weekly by the carrier’s A320 fleet and there is no direct competition.

  • Allegiant Air introduced four new domestic routes to its network on 14 June, with three of these originating from Nashville (ORF). The frequencies vary from three per week on the Nashville to Syracuse (SYR) sector, to twice-weekly on the other routes. Sector lengths range from 845 kilometres to 1,189 kilometres and the average route length is 973 kilometres. There is no direct competition on any of the new routes. See how the FTWAs from Richmond and Syracuse compare to others from around the world.
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition (WF)
14-Jun-18 Jacksonville (JAX) Norfolk (ORF) A319 (2)  
Nashville (BNA) Richmond (RIC) A320 (2)  
St Petersburg-Clearwater (PIE) A319 (2)  
Syracuse (SYR) A32S (3)  
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser w/c 19 June 2018. WF = Weekly frequencies.

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