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  2. Allegiant Air - Official Site

    Official Allegiant website, the only place to book Allegiant's low fares for flights to Las Vegas, Florida, and more. Buy your airline tickets direct and save.

  3. Punta Gorda / Ft. Myers. Destin / Ft. Walton Beach. Ft. Lauderdale. Provo. Knoxville. Allentown. Sarasota / Bradenton. Nashville. Book nonstop flights to your favorite destinations with Allegiant.

  4. Airline Reservations & Flight Ticketing | Allegiant®

    Travelers are advised to book in advance through the Allegiant Air Web site or customer call center. Airline tickets for same day travel may be purchased at the airport ticket counter based on availability. Airport ticket counter hours are limited and vary by location.

  5. Allegiant operates out of 117 airports across the United States, focusing on flying travelers from America’s favorite small cities to world-class destinations and making leisure travel affordable and convenient.

  6. Check Flight Status | Allegiant Flight Information

    Check Status. Up-to-the-minute Allegiant flight status. Search by departure date, departure and arrival airport or flight number.

  7. Allegiant Air - Wikipedia

    Allegiant Air (usually shortened to Allegiant) is an ultra low-cost U.S. carrier that operates scheduled and charter flights. It is a major air carrier, the fourteenth-largest commercial airline in North America. Allegiant was founded in 1997 and is wholly owned by Allegiant Travel Company, a publicly traded

  8. Low-Fare Airline, Aircraft & Domestic Airports - Allegiant Air

    Airline, Aircraft & Airports. Allegiant is more than an airline, it’s an innovative travel company dedicated toproviding the best travel deals to its customers. Linking small U.S. cities to world-class leisure destinations such as Florida, Las Vegas, Phoenix, California and Myrtle Beach.