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Allegiant Announces 21 New Routes, Three New Cities

An Allegiant A319 in Las Vegas (Photo: AirlineGeeks | William Derrickson)

Allegiant Air has announced a large network expansion including the addition of three brand new cities for the airline. The Las Vegas-based carrier announced 21 new routes, all starting in 2021. 

Three New Cities

In addition to new routes, the ultra-low cost carrier will start service in three new cities. The carrier will launch flights from Portland, Oregon; Key West, Florida and Jackson, Wyoming. Each new city will serve at least two destinations already established in Allegiant’s network. 

Oregon’s largest city will see flights to two cities in California and one in Idaho. Key West will see service added to Allegiant’s bases in Nashville and Orlando. Popular leisure destination Jackson, Wyoming will see service from four western cities including Los Angeles and Las Vegas. 

Origin* Destination* Start Date
Jackson, Wyoming Los Angeles, California (LAX) June 2, 2021
Jackson, Wyoming Phoenix, Arizona via Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport June 2, 2021
Jackson, Wyoming Las Vegas, Nevada June 4, 2021
Jackson, Wyoming Reno, Nevada June 4, 2021
Key West, Florida Nashville, Tennessee June 2, 2021
Key West, Florida Orlando, Florida via Orlando Sanford International Airport June 4, 2021
Portland, Oregon Idaho Falls, Idaho May 28, 2021
Portland, Oregon Monterey, California May 28, 2021
Portland, Oregon Santa Maria, California April 15, 2021

*Flights are operated out of each city’s main airport unless explicitly listed

In a press release, Drew Wells, Allegiant vice president of revenue and planning said, “Today, travelers are seeking destinations that allow them a chance to recreate in a safe way, usually outdoors. The three cities we’re adding to our network – Key West, Portland and Jackson Hole – are gateways to some of the United States’ most scenic destinations, including national parks and other outdoor attractions that are in high demand.”

A map of Allegiant’s newly announced routes. (Media: Allegiant Air)

Existing Leisure Expansion

In addition to the new destinations, Allegiant is also expanding its network in places it already serves, including Baltimore; Charleston, South Carolina and Peoria, Illinois

The airline will add two routes from General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport. Service to Sarasota, Florida and Denver, Colorado will begin on May 27 and May 28 respectively. 

Along with the new Sarasota route, the airline will be adding additional flying from nearby Punta Gorda, Florida with the launch of flights to Baltimore, Maryland on May 27.

Charleston will see a new flight on May 28 with the start of flights to Belleville, Illinois/St. Louis, Missouri using MidAmerica St. Louis Airport.

Of the 21 routes announced, 8 were previously announced with starts delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Origin* Destination* Start Date
Boston, Massachusetts  Grand Rapids, Michigan  March 5, 2021
Norfolk, Virginia Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania June 3, 2021
Norfolk, Virginia Columbus, Ohio via Rickenbacker International Airport June 3, 2021
Nashville, Tennessee Greensboro, North Carolina June 3, 2021
Louisville, Kentucky Charleston, South Carolina May 28, 2021
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Knoxville, Tennessee June 2, 2021
Hudson Valley, New York via New York Stewart International Airport Destin, Florida via Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport June 13, 2021
Hudson Valley, New York via New York Stewart International Airport Savannah, Georgia May 26, 2021

*Flights are operated out of each city’s main airport unless explicitly listed

Many of these flights are to seasonal destinations. However, it remains to be seen if any will be operated on a year-round basis. Allegiant’s schedule currently only runs through August 16, 2021, giving very little indication of the seasonality of these new routes. 

Tickets for all new flights are already for sale.

AirlineGeeks.com Staff


  • Jace Moseley

    Being from Seattle, Jace was bitten by the aviation bug at a young age and never outgrew it. Although none of his family is in the industry, he has always wanted to work in aviation in some capacity. He currently in college studying air traffic management.

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