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Allegiant adds another destination in Florida out of Tri-State Airport

February 14, 2019
Allegiant Air will offer nonstop service from Huntington Tri-State Airport to the Florida Panhandle via Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport beginning June 6, the airline announced Tuesday.

Allegiant Air announced Tuesday it will offer twice-weekly nonstop service from Huntington Tri-State Airport to the Florida Panhandle via Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport beginning June 6.

Flights to and from the new destination will be on Sundays and Thursdays.

With the addition of this new route to a region that is called the Emerald Coast, Allegiant will now serve five cities from Huntington Tri-State Airport.

“Destin is going to be an exciting new route offered out of HTS where people can go to relax on the white, sandy beaches of the Florida Panhandle,” said Brent Brown, Huntington Tri-State Airport director. “Folks from all over the Tri-State region will now be able to take advantage of an affordable nonstop flight to one of Florida’s most beautiful locations in the gulf.”

Flight days, times, fares and more details can be found online at Allegiant.com.

To celebrate the new flight, Allegiant is offering $49 oneway fares on the route if purchased by Wednesday, Feb. 13, for travel by Aug. 13. That price applies to the purchase of a round-trip itinerary and includes taxes, carrier charges and government fees. Seats and dates are limited and fares are not available on all flights.

After Feb. 13, fares will vary, according to a news release.