CINCINNATI (Feb. 12, 2014) — Allegiant Travel Co. today launches its inaugural service from the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) to Orlando/Sanford, Fla. (SFB). Also today at CVG, Frontier expands their service to Trenton, N.J. (TTN).
“We are honored to welcome the Allegiant Travel Company as the ninth airline to our family of carriers at CVG,” said Candace McGraw, chief executive officer, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. “Our passengers want to go to Florida and now they have a vacation centered low-cost carrier option.”
Allegiant’s 166-seat MD-82 will fly two-day-a-week service from CVG to Orlando on Wednesday and Saturday and two-day-a-week service from CVG to Ft. Myers/Punta Gorda on Monday and Friday. The service to Ft. Myers/Punta Gorda begins on Friday, Feb. 14. Tickets and vacation packages can be booked through allegiant.com.
“We are proud to bring relief from the cold to the sun-seeking travelers of Cincinnati,” said Andrew C. Levy, president of Allegiant Travel Co. “We are confident the Cincinnati community will embrace our convenient, nonstop flights to Orlando and our ultra-low fares.”
Last year, Frontier launched its service from CVG to Denver and has already announced expanded service to Denver starting in April 2014.
Frontier Airlines is a low-cost airline that operates from a primary hub at Denver International Airport. This new service will operate on spacious 138-seat Airbus 319 aircraft, which offer more customer amenities. Flights on Frontier from CVG can be booked at FlyFrontier.com.
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