Allegiant Air announces Charleston to Columbus, OH nonstop service
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) —
On Tuesday, Allegiant Air announced a new nonstop service to Charleston International Airport (CHS) from Columbus, Ohio.
The new nonstop service will begin on June 7. To celebrate the addition, the company is offering fares on the new route as low as $49* each way.
“We’re excited to grow once again in Charleston,” Drew Wells, Allegiant vice president of planning and revenue, said. “We’re confident that Columbus-area travelers will be thrilled to take advantage of these convenient, ultra-low-cost flights to enjoy this beautiful, historic destination.”
The new nonstop route from Rickenbacker International Airport (LCK) will operate twice-weekly and will bring nearly 3,500 passengers to the Charleston area annually, according to Allegiant.
“We are pleased that Allegiant continues to expand its offerings at Charleston International Airport. Offering nonstop service to a third city in the Buckeye state further exemplifies Allegiant's commitment to the Charleston region,” Paul G. Campbell, Jr, CEO of the Charleston County Aviation Authority, said. “The carrier’s affordable fares make air travel a real option for more people, and it's been well received here.”