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Allegiant Air Adding Low Fares to Punta Gorda Airport – October 30, 2013

“Leaving on a Jet Plane…“

Allegiant Air Adding Eight New Nonstop flights to Punta Gorda

Beginning October 30, 2013, Allegiant Air will offer new nonstop jet service to Southwest Florida via the Punta Gorda Airport from eight cities. The introductory fares will begin as low as $69.99. **

“Southwest Florida has been a successful part of our vacation destination offerings for some time,” Andrew Levy, Allegiant Travel Company president, says in a statement. “Expanding our base at Punta Gorda Airport will allow us to give more of our markets access to the Southwest Florida coast and offer travelers more affordable vacation options. We are happy to partner with an airport that operates in a low-cost, efficient manner, which allows us to pass the savings on to our customer.”

The new city departure cities include:

  • Allentown, PA – Oct 31st, fares starting at $99.99
  • Asheville, NC – Nov 2nd, fares starting at $69.99
  • Bangor, ME-Oct 30th, fares starting at $124.99
  • Cedar Rapids, IA-Dec 18th, fares starting at $99.99
  • Des Moines, IA – Dec 19th, fares starting at $119.99
  • Moline/Quad Cities, Ill – Nov 1st, fares starting at $99.99
  • Springfield/Branson MO- Oct 31st, fares starting at $89.99
  • Youngstown, OH-Oct  30th, fares starting at $89.99

**Seats and fares are limited and must be booked by August 6, 2013 for travel through February 11, 2014.

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