|Allegiant Launches Nonstop Flights from 2 U.S. Cities to the Bay Area with Fares as low as $41|
OAKLAND, Calif. Oct. 5, 2016 — Allegiant (NASDAQ: ALGT) this week launches new, nonstop service from Las Vegas and El Paso, Texas to the San Francisco Bay Area via Oakland International Airport (OAK). To celebrate, the company known for its exceptional travel deals, is offering one-way fares for as low as $41.*
“We are excited to begin these two new routes between the San Francisco Bay Area and the cities of Las Vegas and El Paso, Texas,” said Jude Bricker, Allegiant chief operating officer. “We’re pleased to see that travelers have embraced these routes and our unique brand of low-fare service. We look forward to bringing more visitors and economic growth to the Bay Area.”
Year-round service to Oakland International Airport (OAK) beginning from:
The new service will bring more than 58,000 visitors to the San Francisco Bay Area. With these two new routes, Allegiant will now serve 10 routes to Oakland International Airport (OAK). Flight days, times and the lowest fares can be found only at Allegiant.com.
“We are excited that Allegiant is introducing its 9th and 10th market at OAK with this Las Vegas and El Paso service,” said Bryant L. Francis, Port of Oakland director of aviation. “This is the latest example of a great and growing partnership with our air carriers to offer convenient and affordable service along with the best travel experience possible for travelers.”
Allegiant offers a unique option to travelers with low base fares averaging less than half the cost of domestic round-trip ticket purchased in 2015. The innovative business model has allowed it to grow from one aircraft and one route over 15 years ago, to offering convenient, affordable vacation travel in over 110 markets across the country, more than any other low-cost airline.
*About the introductory one-way fares:
**About the introductory one-way fares:
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