LAS VEGAS (AP) — Allegiant Air has announced new non-stop air service between Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Reno and Las Vegas beginning in June.
The new routes are among 21 the Las Vegas-based airline announced on Tuesday, including eight that were delayed last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s the first time it has offered flights to Jackson Hole Airport.
Non-stop flights from Wyoming to Las Vegas McCarran International Airport and Reno-Tahoe International Airport will begin June 4 with fares as low as $49 each way, the company said.
Jackson Hole is one of three cities being added to Allegiant’s network for the first time, along with Portland, Oregon and Key West, Florida.
“The three cities we are adding to our network ... are gateways to some of the United States’ most scenic destinations, including national parks and other outdoor attractions that are in high demand,” said Drew Wells, Allegiant’s vice president of revenue and planning.