Allegiant Air Begins Non-Stop Service From New Orleans To Tulsa
NEW ORLEANS – Allegiant Air launched service to New Orleans’ newest non-stop destination – Tulsa, OK.
This new non-stop flight departs twice-weekly on Thursdays and Sundays from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport to Tulsa International Airport (TUL). With this inaugural flight, Allegiant offers non-stop service to seven destinations from New Orleans –Cincinnati, OH, Columbus, OH, Indianapolis, IN, Jacksonville, FL, Orland/Sanford, FL, Pittsburgh, PA, and Tulsa, OK. Allegiant will start another non-stop route from New Orleans to an additional new destination St. Petersburg-Clearwater, Florida, on June 3, 2016.
Allegiant Air reps said they offer ultra-low cost fares and travel deals to each destination they serve. Travel packages can be customized to fit each passenger’s needs, offering hotel accommodations, rental car options, and tickets to exciting attractions at your destination. With all of these options, booking a trip through Allegiant is truly a deal that cannot be missed, they said. Allegiant’s ultra-low cost fares and discounted travel deals can only be found by visiting their website.
“Allegiant’s service continues to boost the New Orleans economy by offering affordable flights to visitors from all over the country,” said New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu. “We appreciate Allegiant’s commitment to growing in New Orleans.”
“Since commencing service at Armstrong International, Allegiant has been a vital part of travel to and from New Orleans,” said New Orleans Aviation Board Chairwoman, Cheryl Teamer. “Allegiant is helping to foster tourism in the City by bringing people from cities that formerly had no direct flights to New Orleans.”
“Destinations such as Tulsa are helping make travel easier and more efficient for travellers,” said New Orleans Councilman Jared Brossett, Chair of the Transportation and Aviation Committee. “By offering flights from one point to another, Allegiant has given more people greater accessibility to our City.”
“Since starting service at Armstrong International in 2015, Allegiant has seen exponential growth in New Orleans,” said Iftikhar Ahmad, Director of Aviation for Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. “Their business model can sustain access for New Orleans into markets that other airlines may not be able to provide and Tulsa is prime example of those cities.”