Allegiant Hub System
Allegiant is an American low-cost airline that operates with a point-to-point system rather than a hub system. This means that the airline does not have a specific base of operations or hub airports. Instead, Allegiant focuses on connecting smaller cities to popular leisure destinations.
Allegiant operates flights to over 120 destinations across the United States, including popular vacation spots such as Las Vegas, Orlando, and Myrtle Beach. The airline primarily operates out of smaller regional airports, allowing passengers to conveniently travel to their desired destinations without the need for connecting flights.
Since its establishment in 1997, Allegiant has built a reputation for offering affordable fares and a no-frills flying experience. The airline's business model is centered around providing low-cost flights to leisure travelers, often serving underserved markets and offering nonstop flights to popular vacation destinations.
While Allegiant does not operate with a hub system, it has successfully established a strong network of routes connecting various cities across the United States. Passengers can easily book flights through Allegiant's website or through third-party travel agencies.
You can also keep track of your Allegiant flight status here.
For additional information such as flight schedules, destinations, and aircraft details, visit the Allegiant Guide.