Allegiant Air all set to start flights to New Orleans

Allegiant Air, the Las Vegas based airliner, will move in the Louis Armstrong International Airport in New Orleans early next year, beginning seasonal direct flights from places like Cincinnati, Columbus, Indianapolis, Ohio as well as year round flights to Orlando, declared the company on Tuesday.

The discount airliner company is including New Orleans to its new lineup that aims focuses on connecting smaller and less known places to top vacation destinations in California, Nevada, Hawaii and Florida. Operations will start in February, 2015, before Mardi Gras.

In a press release, Allegiant Travel Company senior VP of planning said that they are really very excited to declare New Orleans as their newest destination city and to offer Allegiant travelers the option of vacationing in New Orleans for less. With 4 routes as well as 8 flights in a week, they expect to bring a significant number of whole new visitors to experience all that NOLA has to offer.

Allegiant Air, founded in the year 1997, cracks scheduled flights to 89 places in the United States as well as chartered flights throughout North America. This airline operates a series of 56 MD 80 aircraft, 6 Boeing 757-200 planes, as well as 2 Airbus A319 aircraft. Two weekly flights from Indianapolis, Orlando, Columbus and Cincinnati start on 5th February. One way fares begin at US$ 85 to Midwestern cities as well as US$ 45 to Orlando, declared the company.