New Flight Routes Announced: Allegiant Enhances Travel Options for Tampa Bay Residents


Exciting news for Tampa Bay travelers! Allegiant Air has just unveiled plans to expand its service with three new nonstop routes from Sarasota Bradenton International and St. Pete-Clearwater International Airports.

Effective from June, Allegiant will commence operations on the new routes, which include flights from Sarasota Bradenton International (SRQ) to Plattsburgh International, as well as departures from St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport (PIE) to Evansville, Indiana, and McAllen, Texas. These additions mark a milestone for both airports, offering travelers the only nonstop service between these cities.

Rick Piccolo, President and CEO of Sarasota Bradenton International Airport, is excited about Allegiant’s new route to Plattsburgh, New York. Allegiant’s 28th nonstop destination at SRQ offers seamless travel for U.S. and Canadian visitors, showcasing Sarasota Bradenton’s attractions and natural beauty.

To sweeten the deal, Allegiant is offering introductory fares for the new routes, starting from $49 for one-way travel. Passengers eager to take advantage of these discounted rates must purchase their tickets by Tuesday, Feb. 13. The promotional fares are applicable for travel until Nov. 11, providing ample opportunity for travelers to plan their next adventure.

For those eager to secure their seats, bookings can be made directly through Allegiant’s website, With the introduction of these new routes, Allegiant reinforces its commitment to enhancing air travel accessibility and convenience for residents and tourists in the Tampa Bay region.