Allegiant to resume flights at Orlando airport

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Allegiant Travel Co. will add flights at Orlando International Airport, marking a return of activity for the airline at MCO.


The Las Vegas-based company (Nasdaq: ALGT) will add three flights to the Orlando airport starting in spring 2024. It also will add another flight at Orlando Sanford International Airport.

Allegiant previously consolidated all its services in the region to Orlando Sanford International Airport in February 2011 after having started flights at MCO in 2010. The airline first started offering service in the region in Sanford in 2005 and is the largest commercial carrier there.

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