Allegiant offers new direct service from San Diego through August

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – Allegiant Air on Thursday began seasonal nonstop service from San Diego International Airport to Mesa, Ariz. Through the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport and will begin seasonal nonstop service to Kalispell, Montana via Glacier Park and Pasco International Airport, Washington via Tri-Cities Airport Friday.

Flights to all three destinations will be available until August 16.

Starting June 3, Allegiant Air will be offering non-stop service to Bozeman, Montana through the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport until August 15. Starting July 1, Allegiant Air will be offering non-stop service to Des Moines, Iowa through Des Moines International Airport until August 15.

“We appreciate that Allegiant is adding seasonal service just in time for the summer travel season,” said Kimberly Becker, president and CEO of the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority. “These new destinations are gateways to recreation areas like Tonto National Forest, Glacier National Park, the Columbia Valley Wine Country and Yellowstone National Park.

“While many residents of San Diegans may want to explore these hidden gems, we welcome those who come to San Diego to enjoy our sun, beaches, attractions and dining offerings,” Becker said. .

The new routes join other seasonal non-stop flights already offered by Allegiant Air to Montana, Oregon, Nevada, Idaho and Texas.

Alaska Airlines now offers daily non-stop service from San Diego International Airport to New York through John F. Kennedy International Airport and seasonal non-stop service to Bozeman, Montana, through Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport.

Southwest Airlines said it will begin offering more non-stop flights between Hawaii and San Diego from June.

To view the latest Allegiant timetables, prices and flight times, go to allegiantair.com.

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