Allegiant Air, a Nevada-based airline owned by Allegiant Travel Company, announced today that starting in mid-November it will provide nonstop air service from Monterey, Calif. to Honolulu. The addition of the community between Los Angeles and San Francisco brings the airline’s planned mainland-Oahu lineup to include seven cities in Western states.
According to a news release issued by the company, the Honolulu-Monterey route will be the first direct flight connecting the two cities.
Last month, the carrier announced plans to debut its air service to Hawaii in late June with flights to Honolulu from Las Vegas and Fresno, Calif. And earlier this month, Allegiant Air began booking passengers for flights, starting in mid-November, between Honolulu International Airport and Bellingham, Wash., Eugene, Ore., Santa Maria, Calif., and Stockton, Calif. In addition, it will fly from Maui’s Kahului Airport to Bellingham, beginning on Nov. 14.
Allegiant Air is offering introductory fares for Honolulu-Monterey flights are as low as $199 for air service that’s slated to begin on Nov. 16. However, the fares are limited, not available on all flights and must be purchased by Tues., June 5 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 (including fees for carry-on luggage), click here.
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.
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