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Allegiant Air 737 MAX Routes and Plans

by Matt Falcus

Allegiant Air is anticipating receiving its first Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in July, with entry to service now planned for August.

The US ultra-low-cost airline placed an order for more than 50 of the Boeing jet, spread across the high density MAX 8-200, and the yet-to-be-certified MAX 7.

This marks a switch for the carrier, which at present operates and all-Airbus fleet. Older examples of these aircraft will gradually be replaced as the 737 MAX joins.


Where Will Allegiant Air Fly the 737 MAX?


According to Aeroroutes, Allegiant Air has been filing plans to enter the 737 MAX into service on routes across its network from 7 August.

The type will initially be based at Allegiant’s Orlando Sanford hub, followed by their Punta Gorda and St Petersburg/Clearwater hubs from September.

Fort Lauderdale and Myrtle Beach will also see some service by the aircraft.

This will mean the type based solely in Florida, however the network of routes will see the 737 MAX flying across the country to most parts of the network.

The very first routes to be flown by Allegian Air’s Boeing 737 MAX are set to be:

Orlando Sanford – Cincinnati

Orlando Sanford – Lexington

Orlando Sanford – South Bend

For a full list of routes and dates, see this link.


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