LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Aug. 24, 2017) — Allegiant today announced the only low-cost, nonstop service connecting Louisville to Las Vegas. With one-way fares the new route will be priced as low as $54.*
“We’re thrilled to announce the only ultra-low-cost, nonstop service to Las Vegas for Louisville travelers,” said Lukas Johnson, Allegiant senior vice president of commercial. “We know that Las Vegas is a popular destination for many in this community, and we are excited to offer convenient, nonstop service at a fare that everyone can afford.”
The new flights will operate twice weekly between Louisville International Airport (SDF) and Las Vegas via McCarran International Airport (LAS) beginning on Nov. 16, 2017. With the addition of this new route, Allegiant will serve eight routes from Louisville. Allegiant also offers ultra-low-cost, nonstop service to Phoenix; Savannah, Georgia / Hilton Head, South Carolina; and five destinations in Florida: Destin / Fort Walton Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers / Punta Gorda, Orlando / Sanford and Tampa / St. Pete. Flight days, times and the lowest fares can be found only at Allegiant.com.
“We are excited that Allegiant continues to enhance service at Louisville International Airport with the announcement of Las Vegas, their eighth destination,” said Jim Welch, chair of the Louisville Regional Airport Authority Board of Directors. “These new year-round flights offer expanded air access to one of the Top 10 most frequently visited destinations by area travelers and the country’s southwest region.”
Allegiant offers a unique option to Louisville travelers with low base fares and savings on rental cars and hotels. Travelers can book their entire vacation with Allegiant for less.
*About the introductory one-way fares:
Seats are limited. Price includes taxes and fees. Fares are one way and not available on all flights. Flights must be purchased by Aug. 25, 2017 for travel by May 15, 2018. See Allegiant.com for details. For optional services and baggage fees, please visit Allegiant.com. Additional restrictions may apply.