Las Vegas-based air carrier Allegiant is planning an expansion to San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The company is launching two new routes to Puerto Rico’s capital out of Cincinnati and Pittsburgh.
The seasonal service from Cincinnati and Pittsburgh to Puerto Rico will launch Dec. 17, with fares starting as low as $79 one way, according to the company.
“We’re very excited to add several new routes to the [company’s] route map today,” said Jude Bricker, chief operating officer at Allegiant. “These new nonstop flights are launching just in time for our travelers to start planning their winter travel — whether they are flying to see friends and family or vacationing to one of our sunny destinations this holiday season.”
The company, which first launched operations in 1999, now has more than 80 aircraft operating flights on more than 300 routes.
— Caribbean Journal Staff