NEWS: One Airline Is RETURNING to the Orlando Airport With 3 NEW Routes

Traveling to Disney World is about to get a whole lot easier for some folks!

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If you’re someone who relies on air travel to get to Disney World and Orlando, then chances are you fly into Orlando International Airport (MCO). There are plenty of airlines that already service this airport, but another one is joining the lineup!

Allegiant Airlines will be adding flights in and out of the Orlando Airport for the first time since 2011! The airline will start service in May 2024 and will offer flights as low as $49 one-way. Destinations include Asheville, North Carolina, Allentown, Pennsylvania, and Knoxville, Tennessee.

“We are thrilled to offer Allegiant travelers new destination options taking off this Spring. The announcement of new service is a celebration of the success we’ve had in these markets,” shared Drew Wells, senior vice president of revenue and planning and chief revenue officer at Allegiant.

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Per the Orlando Business Journal, Allegiant had previously consolidated its operations for this area to the Orlando Sanford International Airport in February 2011. But, don’t worry, Allegiant will still fly to and from Sanford International in Orlando as well.

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Take a look at the initial schedule below:

  • Starting May 3, Asheville, North Carolina, via Asheville Regional Airport
  • Starting May 16, Allentown, Pennsylvania, via Lehigh Valley International Airport
  • Starting May 17, Knoxville, Tennessee, via McGhee Tyson Airport

Up, up, and away!

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