MIAMI — Allegiant announced Wednesday that the company will move service from Akron-Canton Airport to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, doubling its presence in northeast Ohio.
The company will also offer four new nonstop routes to vacation destinations this winter.
Flights will move from Akron-Canton to Cleveland Hopkins on February 15, 2017. Passengers with existing Allegiant reservations from Akron-Canton on or after that date will now fly out of Cleveland.
“We’re very excited to announce this major growth in northeast Ohio, a region that has demanded more low-cost, nonstop service to the wonderful vacation destinations we serve,” Jude Bricker, Allegiant chief operating officer said in a statement.
Last February, Allegiant announced a major expansion of its route network, which included new flights between Akron-Canton and Orlando.
Services moving from Akron-Canton to Cleveland Hopking will include flights to Tampa Bay, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale and Punta Gorda in Florida, as well as Savannah and Mytle Beach. New coming services to Cleveland will include flights to Jacksonville, Austin, New Orleans and Phoenix.
“This move to Cleveland will allow Allegiant to have a stronger presence in northeast Ohio and allow us to offer our low fares and convenient travel to even more travelers.” Bricker said.