NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - Allegiant Airlines announced Tuesday their plans to offer nine new nonstop routes from Nashville International Airport and is offering one-way fares as low as $44 for a limited time.
The new routes include Bozeman, MT; Sioux Falls, SD; Norfolk, VA; Pittsburgh, PA; Peoria, IL; Tulsa, OK; Fargo, ND; Flint, MI; and Greensboro, NC.
“Allegiant continues to increase its air service options to and from Nashville and we appreciate their commitment to this market,” said BNA president and CEO Doug Kreulen. “These additional flight options help keep air fares competitive, serve the increasing travel needs of this region and keep us one of the fastest growing airports in the country.”
The new nonstop routes will operate twice weekly and are estimated to bring thousands to Nashville.
"The addition of nine new nonstop routes to Nashville speaks to the fact that the city is a sought-after destination across our network," said Sonya Padgett, spokesperson for Allegiant. "But adding flights to BNA is good for Nashville residents, too. We're providing leisure travelers with low cost options they didn't necessarily have before."
The airline will also be opening base operations at Nashville International Airport on Feb. 13. Allegiant Airlines has hired crews and ground staff, but are still searching for technicians.
Flight days, times, and fares can be found on Allegiant.com.