Low-cost carrier Allegiant Air has launched a new nonstop route from Mesa to Pittsburgh.
The flight in and out of Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport to the Pittsburgh will operate twice a week, the airline said Thursday
“The Phoenix-Mesa area is a popular destination for our customers,” Drew Wells, a senior vice president for Allegiant, said in a press release.
The Las Vegas-based airline recently added seven routes to Mesa Gateway’s lineup, including: Orange County, California. Service to John Wayne Airport begins Nov. 19.
Gateway Airport also brought back low-cost Canadian airline Flair Airlines to the Valley. Flights to Calgary, Toronto and Vancouver will start at the East Valley facility Oct. 31.