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Low Cost Airline To Begin Service From Manhattan

KSAL StaffAugust 20, 2013

A low-cost airline is going to begin flights from Manhattan to Phoenix this Fall.

Allegiant Air on Tuesday announced plans for nonstop jet service between Manhattan and and Phoenix.

According to the airline, nonstop flights via Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport from the Manhattan Airport will begin November 7th. The announcement will mark the 99th U.S. city served by Allegiant’s low-cost, nonstop service to popular vacation destinations, more than any other low-cost carrier in the U.S. To celebrate, the company, known for its exceptional travel deals, will introduce the new service with roundtrip fares as low as $99*.

“We are pleased to bring affordable and convenient travel options to the residents of Manhattan and North Central Kansas,” said Andrew C. Levy, Allegiant Travel Company President. “We are confident that Manhattan and the surrounding communities will appreciate the convenience of flying nonstop to Phoenix and the value of bundling their air, hotel and car rental reservation together through us.”

The new flights will operate twice weekly between Manhattan Regional Airport and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport beginning Thursday, November 7th.

“This is great news for the regional leisure and business travelers that will be able to conveniently use the Manhattan Regional Airport with nonstop service to Phoenix,” said Manhattan Mayor John Matta. “The new service demonstrates the success and viability of our region.”

Allegiant also offers daily flights out of Wichita to destinations including Phoenix, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles.

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