The route from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport will begin April 13.
As Charleston International Airport continues to grow, Allegiant Airlines announced Tuesday that it will begin serving the Lowcountry this spring.
The Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport has a new airline flying out of the Suncoast.
Pittsburgh via Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) - beginning April 11, 2018 with introductory, one-way fares as low as $50. "Our travelers watch for good prices, but the big thing they want is nonstop routes". "Allegiant will now serve 21 different destinations from CVG, and we're delighted that local travelers will now have nonstop flight options to these popular vacation spots".
The new service means the airport will have seven airlines and 15 nonstop destinations.
It also offers service to other cities from Knoxville, including Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood International in Fort Lauderdale; Punta Gorda Airport in Fort Myers, Fla.; and Northwest Florida Regional Airport in Fort Walton Beach.
Indianapolis Airport Authority Executive Director Mario Rodriguez says the service to Charleston, South Carolina and Sarasota, Florida is an outgrowth of a $40 million investment announced in August by the low-priced carrier.
The new flights will operate twice weekly.
The Sarasota and Charleston flights push the Indianapolis International Airport to 51 nonstop destinations. "The lovely beaches and charming coastlines will be sure to attract new and loyal travelers to this Allegiant destination".
But airport president and CEO Rick Piccolo said his team has been working on Allegiant for "years and years and years" - since it was "a child airline".