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Lehigh Valley officials christened a new aircraft base at Lehigh Valley International Airport on Wednesday as Allegiant Air expanded service and kicked off a route to Sarasota, Florida.
Those aircraft will allow Allegiant to fly extra flights to Orlando, its most popular destination out of the Lehigh Valley, as well as a seasonal route to Sarasota. Tom Stoudt, executive director of the Lehigh-Northampton Airport Authority, which operates the airport, thanked Allegiant for trusting the airport and making the investment.
Passengers welcome the flight to Sarasota and an upcoming route to Chicago starting in May, and having aircraft stationed in the Lehigh Valley will allow Allegiant to test new routes. The authority is talking to Allegiant about routes it believes would be a hit with passengers. Stoudt did not provide details about these discussions Wednesday.
In the past, the authority has identified Boston; Washington, D. Allegiant connects to those markets, but not through LVIA. Orlando is one of its most frequent connections, at 15 round trips a week, and the surrounding region has proven to be a growing and consistent customer base. Most of that money went toward employee training and workforce development. State Sen. Pat Browne, R-Lehigh, a key backer of the incentives, hailed the opening as the best kind of economic development.
Many times, communities try to poach businesses from other areas. Last year, the budget carrier bolstered service at the regional hub by adding flights to Savannah, Georgia, and Nashville, Tennessee. In , it increased the frequency of its routes, offering hundreds more flights between LVIA and popular vacation destinations in Florida and South Carolina. The carrier has been a reliable presence at the airport during a time of turbulence in the industry. Most carriers at smaller airports offer only a smattering of flights, usually to larger airports that provide more destinations.