INDIANAPOLIS — Travelers can now fly to four more destinations non-stop from the Indianapolis International Airport.
Allegiant Air will fly non-stop twice a week to Tucson, Arizona, with the first flight scheduled to take off at 1:23 p.m. Thursday, according to a press release from the airport. By the end of November, the airline is also expected to add a flight to West Palm Beach, Florida.
Spirit Airlines will have daily flights to Fort Myers, Florida and Tampa, Florida, also starting on Thursday, according to the release.
“Our airline partners like Allegiant and Spirit are investing in Indy, adding new nonstop destinations and giving travelers more options to existing travel markets," Indianapolis Airport Authority Executive Director Mario Rodrigue said.