LAS VEGAS (CBS)  Las Vegas’ hometown airline, Allegiant,  today announcing that four additional nonstop flights between Las Vegas and Long Beach, Calif., will begin Sept. 1, and an additional four nonstop flights will be added on Nov. 16 with fares starting as low as $19.99*.

“We are excited to announce additional service between Long Beach and Las Vegas,” Andrew C. Levy, Allegiant Travel Company President, said. “These flights give our Southern California and Southern Nevada residents more opportunities to take advantage of Allegiant’s low fares and nonstop flights between two exciting destinations.”

The new flights starting in September will operate eight times weekly between McCarran International Airport (LAS) and Long Beach Airport (LGB). Flights will be offered daily, with the exception of Tuesdays, and will include two flights on Friday and Sunday.

The new flights starting in November will bring the total number of flights to 12 per week—maintaining daily service excluding Tuesday. Flights on Monday and Thursday will increase to two flights a day and Friday and Sunday to three flights a day.

The company will utilize MD-80 series, jet aircraft on the routes.

Long Beach offers remarkable activities from the regal Queen Mary and spectacular Aquarium of the Pacific to stirring Broadway shows, live music venues and hundreds of exclusive dining destinations—all centrally located. Long Beach is bordered by 5.5 miles of clean, sandy beaches. Visitors can walk, run, bike or blade on a smooth, fully-paved bike path that runs the length of the beach. Or enjoy an array of watersports such as swimming, sailing, kayaking or jet skiing.

Reservations can be made on the airline’s website: or by calling the company’s travel experts at 702-505-8888.

  1. Dripable Service says:

    This definitely makes perfect sense to me!!

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