Budget airline Allegiant Air is offering an even cheaper deal for travelers in select U.S. cities.
In honor of the airline’s new routes that will launch this summer, the airline is offering one-way fares to Florida and Tennessee starting at $49.
Passengers from Louisville, Kentucky (beginning June 8), or Norfolk, Virginia (beginning June 14), will be able to reach Jacksonville, Florida with new seasonal service from Allegiant. The airline is also offering seasonal service between Kansas City, Missouri, and Myrtle Beach, Florida, beginning June 8.
Travelers headed to Nashville can now fly Allegiant’s year-round service from St. Pete, Florida or seasonal service from Syracuse, New York. Both routes will begin operation on June 14.
“These new routes will allow passengers to have even more options with convenient, nonstop, affordable flights for a great summer getaway,” Lukas Johnson, Allegiant senior vice president of commercial, said in a statement.
Book one of the new routes by Wednesday, April 4 (for travel through August 13) for a $100 round-trip escape on select flights.
The new routes come ahead of the airline’s expansion into Florida. Next year, the airline will open a massive 20-acre hotel and condo resort in Port Charlotte, Florida, that will boast North America’s largest pool.