STEWART AIRPORT – Allegiant Air will be adding two additional routes from New York Stewart International Airport later this year. They are in addition to the current Myrtle Beach and Florida routes served from the Newburgh area airport.
The Savannah, Georgia and Destin, Florida routes were originally scheduled for 2020 but were put on hold because of the pandemic.
Savannah, Georgia will be served via Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport beginning on May 26. Destin service via Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport will begin on June 13.
The Destin flights will operate twice weekly while the Savannah service will operate four times weekly.
“Allegiant’s success at New York Stewart International Airport is a testament to our strong partnership and the airline’s commitment to follow through on its service expansion plans in the Mid-Hudson Valley,” said Omar Astacio, Interim General Manager of New York Stewart. “We applaud Allegiant and look forward to continue working and growing together.”
Allegiant was the only airline at Stewart to continue operations during the pandemic while the others shelved their flights.
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