24 new routes, including return to Palm Beach

Allegiant Air is gearing up for the busy winter travel season with 24 new nonstop routes that will take travelers from smaller cities to popular warm-weather destinations.

The Las Vegas-based budget airline’s latest expansion includes a return to two cities it previously served: Palm Beach, Florida, and Fort Collins, Colorado. Allegiant hasn’t served Fort Collins since 2012 and Palm Beach since 2016.

The new flights, which can be booked on the airline’s website, will generally be offered twice a week. Some flights are seasonal, others will operate year round. Don’t expect the introductory fares to be available for travel around Thanksgiving, Christmas or other peak travel periods.

Allegiant, like fellow discounters Spirit and Frontier, charges low base fares plus fees for “extras,” including a seat assignment, carry-on or checked bag, in-flight drinks and food and more.

This file photo shows an Allegiant Airbus aircraft.

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Here’s where Allegiant is adding flights

Palm Beach, Florida, to and from

Pittsburgh: Year-round service begins Nov. 14 with fares starting at $54 one way.  

Charlotte, North Carolina (Concord-Padgett Regional Airport): Year-round service begins Nov. 15 with fares starting at $54.

Knoxville, Tennessee (McGhee Tyson Airport): Year-round service begins Nov. 15 with fares starting at $59.

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