A route from Sanford to Syracuse is the latest flight service to be announced in Central Florida.
The Punta Gorda Airport is pleased to announce that Allegiant will offer nonstop airline service to Nashville, Tennessee to begin June 7.
The flights will operate on Wednesdays and Saturdays. They must be booked by Thursday to get the discount fares. "There is great demand for travel to the Grand Strand, and we're sure that folks in these three cities will take advantage of our convenient, ultra-low cost, nonstop service to enjoy this sunny destination".
In the Allegiant release, Callahan said that Hancock is "thrilled" that Allegiant added the new service to Orlando.
"We applaud Allegiant's decision to include Savannah/Hilton Head as one of the first airports for its new Nashville service", Green said. That airport is 33 miles from the Orlando Sanford airport.
Las Vegas-based Allegiant (NASDAQ: ALGT) is focused on linking travelers to world-class leisure destinations.
The company now has flights to Austin, Daytona Beach, Destin, Fort Lauderdale, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Orlando, Phoenix, Clearwater/ Tampa and Tampa Bay.
BJNN asked if the Syracuse airport had used any grants to offer the airline incentives to secure the flights, like it has done in the past.
"It's helping the airport grow and more importantly it's giving those options to people to fly locally instead of driving and flying out of a larger airport because we really do have very good connectivity now", Stephens said.
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