Two new low-cost, nonstop flights are landing in Austin. Allegiant Air has announced plans to connect the Capital City with the Sunshine State and Hoosier territory.
Seasonal nonstop service between Austin-Bergstrom International Airport and Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport in Florida will begin May 4, with one-way tickets as low as $56. Starting May 19, Allegiant will offer nonstop, year-round service to Indianapolis, with introductory fares as low as $60 one way. Both routes will run twice a week.
The Austin flights come amid a flurry of new routes and destinations for Allegiant, most notably the addition of Louisville, Kentucky, to the network. The airline also launches year-round service from Austin to Cleveland on February 17.