Allegiant Airlines is the newest airline to operate from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, announcing this week it's launching three warmer-weather routes from the Twin Cities and a one-time-only flight to Los Angeles starting this fall.
The Las Vegas-based airline will offer twice-weekly flights from MSP to Asheville, North Carolina (Asheville Regional Airport) starting Oct. 7; Palm Beach, Florida (Palm Beach International Airport) starting Oct. 7; and Punta Gorda/Fort Meyers, Florida (Punta Gorda Airport) starting Oct. 8.
The airline is offering limited fares as low as $49 one-way so long as you book by June 30 and travel by Feb. 14, 2022.
Plus, Allegiant is adding a "one-time only" round-trip flight from MSP to Los Angeles International Airport for Vikings fans so they can watch the team take on the Los Angeles Chargers on Nov. 14. The airline is offering a promotional fare of $83 if you book by June 30 for travel in November.
“We welcome Allegiant Airlines to the Twin Cities and are excited to have MSP join its network of airports and destinations,” Brian Ryks, CEO of the Metropolitan Airports Commission, which operates MSP, said in a statement. “Allegiant’s new year-round and seasonal flights from MSP give travelers more options to some popular destinations in Florida beginning this fall.”
You can search flight schedules and book tickets online here.