Allegiant Air announced Tuesday that he will provide a twice-weekly non-profit service from the Huntington Three State Airport to Florida Panhandle through the Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport commencing June 6.
The hours to the destination and new destination will be Sunday and Thursday.
To contribute to this new route to a region called the Emerald Coast, Allegiant will now serve five cities from the Huntington Trial Airport.
"Destin is a new exciting way to offer HTS when people can go to relax in Florida's white white beaches," said Brent Brown, director of the Huntington Trial Airport. "Folks from all over the Tri-State region will now be able to avail of affordable non-residential flights to one of the most beautiful locations in Florida."
Flight days, times, fees and more details can be found online at Allegiant.com.
To celebrate the new flight, Allegiant is offering $ 49 one-way fares on the way it is purchased Wednesday for travel by August 13. This price applies to the purchase of a round travel trip and includes taxes, carrier fees and government fees Seats and dates are limited and there are no fares available on all flights.
After Wednesday, fare prices will vary, according to news release.
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