The inner of the Provo Airport terminal on Might 6. Allegiant Air, which has operated out of the airport since 2013, started carrier Friday to Las Vegas and San Diego. (Carter Williams, KSL.com)
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PROVO — The low cost airline festival is heating up at Provo Airport.
Allegiant Air started new carrier out of the airport Thursday with flights to Harry Reid Global Airport in Las Vegas and San Diego Global Airport. The airline is providing one-way journeys to Las Vegas for as little as $33 and San Diego for $38 thru Saturday for flights taken by means of Nov. 18.
“With Provo-based crews and plane, we are extremely joyful to be part of the group and are attentive to the requests of travelers who reside right here,” mentioned Drew Wells, the senior vp of earnings and making plans for Allegiant Air, in a remark. “Citizens had been eager for holiday choices to one of the most West Coast’s maximum iconic locations and we predict the flights to San Diego and Las Vegas to be an enormous hit.”
The 2 locations have been introduced all over a party of the brand new Provo Airport terminal in Might. The airline additionally plans so as to add new carrier to Portland, Oregon, starting subsequent month, and Orlando by means of the tip of the 12 months. It additionally has flights to 9 different locations already in carrier.
Allegiant Air published previous this 12 months plans to spend $95 million on a brand new base in Provo. The corporate equipped an replace final week by means of announcing that it’s hiring a minimum of 60 new flight attendants over the following couple of months for the bottom, which is scheduled to start out operations on Nov. 16.
It have been the one airline supplier in Provo for the previous few years. That modified previous this month when Utah-based Breeze Airlines started its preliminary carrier to San Francisco and San Bernardino in California. Breeze’s long run carrier additionally comprises Las Vegas (Oct. 5), in addition to New York/Westchester (Oct. 5), Los Angeles (Nov. 2), Phoenix (Nov. 2) and Charleston, South Carolina (Nov. 2).