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Allegiant adds four more routes in second announcement

By Genelle Pugmire - | May 6, 2022

Isaac Hale, Daily Herald file photo

Passengers depart an Allegiant Air flight at the Provo Municipal Airport on Thursday, April 16, 2020.

Just one week ago, Allegiant Air announced it would make the new Provo Airport its base of operations in Utah.

Since then, Breeze Airways announced it was also making Provo its Utah home base starting with four planes and five routes — Allegiant has now upped the ante.

During Friday’s grand opening and airport ribbon cutting, Allegiant announced it would be adding one more plane to the home base fleet and four additional routes.

“We’re thrilled to grow our network and provide Allegiant travelers with new flight options. Our recent announcement to begin base operations in Provo, Utah has opened the door for an expanded route map and these new flights will connect area travelers to four top-tier destinations,” said Drew Wells, Allegiant’s senior vice president of revenue and planning. “Allegiant is dedicated to providing the most affordable, accessible flights – without the hassle of layovers or connections.”

The new routes from Provo include:

  • Las Vegas, Nevada via Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) – beginning Aug. 18 with one-way fares as low as $29.
  • San Diego, California via San Diego International Airport (SAN) – beginning Aug. 18, with one-way fares as low as $38.
  • Portland, Oregon via Portland International Airport (PDX) – beginning Sept. 2, with one-way fares as low as $38.
  • Sanford, Florida via Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB) – beginning Dec. 15, with one-way fares as low as $79.

Harrison Epstein, Daily Herald

The Provo Airport logo is shown inside of the TSA scanning area in the new Provo Airport terminal on Tuesday, April 26, 2022.

With these added routes, and the addition of Breeze flying seven days a week, 18 flights could potentially go in and out of the Provo airport each day.

More than 400 dignitaries, airline employees and members of the public were in attendance at the ribbon cutting, optimistic for the future impact the airport will have on Utah County. During the event, the SCERA Center for the Arts ActingUp! Group performed “Seize the Day,” from the musical “Newsies.”


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