Allegiant adding two new nonstop routes from Indianapolis

Low-cost airline Allegiant Air announced Tuesday that it plans to add nonstop service from Indianapolis to two new cities this fall: Tucson, Arizona, and West Palm Beach, Florida.

Flights to Tucson International Airport begin Nov. 14 and flights to Palm Beach International Airport begin Nov. 25. Tickets are now on sale for both routes, which will be offered twice a week year-round.

With the addition of the new routes, Las Vegas-based Allegiant will offer service from Indianapolis to 15 cities in the South and Southwest.

Allegiant began serving Indianapolis in February 2015. It opened a crew base here in 2018 and expanded that base this year with the addition of a third Indianapolis-based aircraft.

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6 thoughts on “Allegiant adding two new nonstop routes from Indianapolis

    1. I live in Tucson and your crappy town comes from where? Oh MAGA with nasty people and comments.

    2. Alex may I ask what city you live in? Are you another one of those trolls who just likes to go to different cities websites and complain about everything. Both of those cities are far from crappy. There must be a demand there or Allegiant would not have offered flights.

  1. I didn’t see where anyone proclaimed it to be “big news”, but some people just need to feel grand, I suppose. Thanks for the travel tip… sigh.

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