Allegiant Air to stop service to Myrtle Beach in September, resume in April

Staff/wire report


Allegiant Air will end its seasonal service from the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport to Myrtle Beach, S.C., on Sept. 18 and resume in April.

The airline already has ended service between Myrtle Beach and Fort Wayne, Ind. Service to Allentown, Pa., Huntington, W.Va., and Youngstown continues until Sept. 18.

Other airlines are reducing flights to Myrtle Beach as fall approaches.

Spirit Airlines plans to end flights from Myrtle Beach to Charleston, W.Va., Dallas and Plattsburgh, N.Y., on Tuesday. Spirit carries about half the passengers into Myrtle Beach each year.

Spirit will eliminate service from Myrtle Beach to Baltimore-Washington, Chicago, Detroit, Latrobe-Pittsburgh, Niagara Falls, N.Y., and Philadelphia in early November.

Spirit maintains service year-round from Myrtle Beach to Atlantic City, N.J., Boston, LaGuardia in New York and Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Most airlines reduce or end flights to Myrtle Beach after the summer season.

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