(Cleveland) - Two new routes are coming to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
Allegiant Air says in June that they'll start flying direct to Norfolk International Airport, and Charleston, South Carolina. Tickets can be had for as little as $38 one-way. Flights will be twice each week.
Allegiant spokesman Zach Kramer tells Newsradio WTAM 1100, the airline expects to serve a lot of Clevelanders who want to vacation down south, and many of southerners who want to enjoy Cleveland attractions, like the Rock-N-Roll Hall of Fame, and this summer's 2019 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.
Allegiant will now have 12 routes flying in and out of Cleveland, and Kramer says they may be looking to add more.
Meanwhile, Frontier Airlines is adding nonstop seasonal flights to and from Charleston starting launch May 2nd. Flights will run on Thursdays and Sundays through Aug. 11.
Frontier will have an average 11 flights a day out of Hopkins this summer.
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