Allegiant Air, a Nevada-based airline owned by Allegiant Travel Company, announced today that in November it will start providing nonstop air service from the mainland to Maui. Also, it will add four cities in Western states to its mainland-Oahu air service lineup.
The carrier is now offering introductory fares as low as $199 one-way, including taxes and fees, from Maui’s Kahului Airport to Bellingham, Wash., beginning on Nov. 14.
Introductory fares, including taxes and fees, are available from Honolulu International Airport to: Bellingham, Wash, beginning on Nov. 15, with fares as low as $159 each way; Eugene, Ore., beginning on Nov. 17, with fares as low as $179 each way; Santa Maria, Calif., beginning on Nov. 17 with fares as low as $199 each way; and Stockton, Calif., beginning on Nov. 18 with fares as low as $199 each way.
Last month, the carrier announced that it will begin air service to Honolulu from Las Vegas and Fresno, Calif., starting in late June.
Allegiant’s introductory fares are limited, not available on all flights and must be purchased by Mon., May 21 for travel by Jan. 15, 2013. For more information about flight days and times, click here or call 702-505-8888. For information about baggage fees, click here.
In a news release issued by the company, Andrew C. Levy, Allegiant Travel Company’s president, said: “We are pleased to expand our presence in the Islands with nonstop service to Maui and additional nonstop service to Honolulu from four more of our existing markets.” He added, “This is especially exciting because it comes shortly after announcing initial service to Hawaii from Las Vegas and Fresno. “
Founded in 1997, Allegiant Travel Company specializes in providing low-cost travel packages that include air, hotel, rental car and attractions. For additional information about Allegiant Air, click here.
Photos: (top) Kailua Beach, Oahu/Wikipedia Commons; (bottom) Kaanapali Beach, Maui/Ricardo Gaerlan