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Austin, Savannah new destinations for Allegiant

Allegiant Air is expanding again at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport with new low-cost flights to Austin, Texas, and Savannah, Georgia. (FOX19 NOW/File) Allegiant Air is expanding again at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport with new low-cost flights to Austin, Texas, and Savannah, Georgia. (FOX19 NOW/File)
HEBRON, KY (FOX19) - Allegiant Air is expanding yet again at Cincinnati/Northern International Airport and planning new low-cost flights to Austin, Texas and Savannah, Georgia/Hilton Head, South Carolina.

Flights to Savannah/Hilton Head will begin May 8 while flights to Austin will start June 4. The company is offering up to $500 in vacation savings and introductory one-way fares as low as $60.

Allegiant currently offers year-round discount flights from CVG to several cities including Phoenix, Las Vegas and Orlando, Tampa Bay, Fort Lauderdale and Punta Gorda/Fort Myers regions in Florida. They also fly seasonally to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

The latest announcement marks another expansion for the Las Vegas-based carrier that launched at CVG in February, joining Frontier Airlines in offering low-cost flights at the nation's most expensive airport.

Allegiant Air is known for dirt-cheap base fares and charging a la carte for most everything else. Airline officials encourage passengers to be aware of all the add-on fees prior to arriving at the airport. Those can be reviewed on the company's website.

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