Aviation News

November 21, 2010

Allegiant Announces Flights Linking Las Vegas and Long Beach

Allegiant Travel Company on Friday announced new nonstop flights service between Las Vegas McCarran International Airport (LAS) and Long Beach, California (LGB), beginning on December 15.

Allegiant MD-83 N892GA

An Allegiant MD-83 (N892GA) sleeps on the ramp at Republic Airport (FRG) after delivering a college football team. (Photo by John Musolino)

“We are excited to announce service between Long Beach and Las Vegas,” said Maurice Gallagher, Jr., Allegiant Chairman and CEO. “We are confident Las Vegans and Southern California residents will take advantage of Allegiant’s low fares and nonstop flights.”

The new service will provide four flights weekly between McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas and Long Beach Airport.

The flights will operate Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday and each airport will offer one flight per day using its 150-seat, MD-80 series, jet aircraft.

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