Allegiant finally announces first Hawaii routes

By Michael Garko, In Airline News

After years of anticipation, leisure carrier Allegiant Air has announced it will begin flight to Hawaii in June.  Las Vegas and Fresno will be the first cities to receive service to Honolulu on Allegiant’s Boeing 757 aircraft.

Courtesy Rockford Register Star

“The announcement of service to Hawaii is a great achievement for Allegiant,” Andrew Levy, Allegiant president, says in a release. “Service to Las Vegas and Fresno reflects a moderate growth plan by our company. With the addition of the four aircraft we have acquisitioned, we plan to expand service to other mainland cities in the future. We anticipate the service will be very popular, especially when customers take advantage of Allegiant’s low pricing when bundling their air, hotel and car rental package.”

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Allegiant will operate three weekly flights from Honolulu to Las Vegas, and one weekly flight to Fresno.

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