Services runs from April 10 to September 14
COVINGTON, Ky. (April 10, 2015) — Allegiant Travel Company begins expanded service from the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) to Myrtle Beach, SC (MYR). This year, seasonal service will run from April 10 through Sept. 14.
In 2015, Allegiant will offer 57 total operations to Myrtle Beach, an increase from 22 operations in 2014. Flights to Myrtle Beach will be offered twice a week in April, May and September. Passengers can fly to Myrtle Beach on Allegiant three times per week in June, July and August. Flights and travel related products can be purchased at Allegiant.com.
This expansion represents a 159 percent YOY increase in flight capacity to Myrtle Beach on Allegiant.
“As one of Allegiant’s fastest growing markets in their 16 year history, we are thrilled Allegiant is expanding their capacity from CVG to Myrtle Beach,” said Wm.T. (Bill) Robinson III, Kenton County Airport Board Chairman. “Allegiant started service from CVG in February 2014 with four weekly flights to two destinations. In 2015, Allegiant will offer 34 weekly flights to nine destinations.”
“We are proud to see Allegiant continually expand their capacity and destinations at CVG,” said
Candace McGraw, chief executive officer, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. “The additional flights, will add almost 12,000 seats in and out of CVG, continuing our tread of increased seat capacity. This expansion would not be possible without the immense support from the Tri-State region.”
CVG offers more nonstop flights than any airport in the region, including direct international service to Paris, Toronto, Cancun, Montego Bay and Punta Cana. CVGairport.com is your travel planning resource with flight status, security wait times, parking availability and weather.
CVG is one of three global super-hubs for DHL, and a top 10 cargo airport in North America. CVG has been rated the Best Regional Airport in North America five straight years by SkyTrax. CVG was the first airport in the country to receive Safety Act Designation and Certification from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), giving the airport the highest level of protections under the Act.