Low-cost airline Allegiant has announced plans to extend 29 seasonal nonstop routes through spring 2021 across its national network. The extensions, from February through April, include two routes to Punta Gorda and one to Sarasota-Bradenton.
The Punta Gorda routes, to the Charlotte County airport under the call letters PGD, are to William P. Hobby Airport in Houston and Chicago Midway International Airport, according to a statement. The other extension is the flight between Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport and Boston Logan International. Each extended route is scheduled to operate multiple times per week, the release adds.
Las Vegas-based Allegiant, a leader in low-cost airline service, flies more than 450 routes across the United States, connecting customers in small to medium-sized cities with larger destinations. The airline is the carrier airline at three airports in the region: Punta Gorda, Sarasota-Bradenton and St. Pete-Clearwater International.