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Allegiant expands flights from Vienna to include Myrtle Beach



Published: Wed, February 24, 2010 @ 12:21 p.m.

VIENNA — Allegiant Air is expanding its flight offerings starting April 22 with two flights per week to Myrtle Beach.

The airline announced the additional flights at a press conference at the airport on Wednesday, saying the flights will cost $49.99 each way to start and rise to around $70 each way March 17.

The company will offer a limited number of flights for $9.99 each way until midnight tonight.

Flights can be booked at www.allegiantair.com or by calling (702) 505-8888.

Allegiant spokesman John Fenyes said Las-Vegas-based Allegiant is offering the additional flights departing the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport at 2:05 p.m. Thursdays and Sundays through the fall.

The company is expanding offerings because of the good response from local customers to the flights it has offered between Vienna and the Sanford International Airport for several years.


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1valleyred(1079 comments)posted 4 years, 1 month ago

Awesome news! I just wrote an article on the success of Allegiant Air yesterday, not knowing they would add MYR service today!

Link: http://mvred.com/index.php/archives/l...

For those of you skeptical of flying Allegiant, read that article and ask folks like me that have flown Allegiant. They are a fabulous airline with low fares and nonstop flights. EVERY seat in their planes in leather with a lot of leg-room.

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2Mer1(28 comments)posted 4 years, 1 month ago

I flew once and never again. Something was wrong with the plane and we had to wait for hours for another plane as they only have one flight a day. A two hour trip ended up taking 10.

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3valleyred(1079 comments)posted 4 years, 1 month ago

Well your experience was the EXCEPTION and not the RULE.

Allegiant Air is a great airline. Of course there will be bad experiences, but do not let one bad apple make you believe G4 is a bad airline.

They are the most profitable airline in America right now.

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4jethead11(139 comments)posted 4 years, 1 month ago

Valleyred has it right. Allegiant is a very good airline, and quite profitable. They have a great niche serving small markets with good service and large jet aircraft. I flew on them out of Chattanooga to Fort Lauderdale last year. They are just as good as the majors at a fraction of the price.

I hate to hear about the problem Mer1 had, but I've had the same thing happen to me plenty of times on major airlines. No airline is immune to issues like that. And when it happens, it really sucks. Plenty of stories about it, too little time to tell them.

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