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Allegiant to offer flights to Las Vegas

Allegiant to offer flights to Las Vegas

Allegiant recently announced a new nonstop route to McCarran International Airport (LAS) in Las Vegas from Asheville Regional Airport beginning March 4, 2021. To celebrate, the company is offering one-way fares on the new route as low as $79.

The new nonstop route via Asheville Regional Airport (AVL) will operate twice weekly. Flight days, times and the lowest fares can be found only at

“Congratulations to Allegiant for their continued growth in the Asheville market,” said Lew Bleiweis, executive director of the Greater Asheville Regional Airport Authority.  “A nonstop to Las Vegas is significant news for our region – it is the farthest west-bound destination ever served nonstop from AVL. This is an amazing addition to Allegiant’s significant offerings at AVL that connect our region’s travelers to desirable leisure destinations, while bringing visitors to the mountains of western North Carolina. We thank Allegiant for their continued commitment to the Asheville area.”

Allegiant offers a unique option to Asheville-area travelers with low base airfare and savings on rental cars and hotels. Travelers can book their entire vacation with Allegiant for less.

*About the introductory one-way fares:

Seats and dates are limited and fares are not available on all flights. Flights must be purchased by Nov. 18, 2020 for travel by May 23, 2021. Price displayed includes taxes, carrier charges & government fees. Fare rules, routes and schedules are subject to change without notice. Optional baggage charges and additional restrictions may apply. For more details, optional services and baggage fees, please visit

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