Las Vegas Sun

March 4, 2024

Vegas-based Allegiant Air to begin service to Moline, Ill.

Twice-weekly air service between Las Vegas and Moline, Ill., will be offered by Allegiant Air beginning in October.

Las Vegas-based Allegiant will operate flights to Quad City International Airport Thursdays and Sundays starting Oct. 14. The airline will use 150-passenger twin-engine MD-80 jets on the route.

“Las Vegas is our customers’ top requested destination,” Bruce Carter, Quad City International Airport’s director of aviation, said in a release announcing the service. “Allegiant’s convenient flights and affordable hotel and car rental packages are sure to be very popular with travelers from the Quad Cities and beyond.”

Flights will leave McCarran International Airport at 2:55 p.m., arriving in Moline at 8:05 p.m. The return flights will leave Moline at 8:45 p.m., arriving in Las Vegas at 10:10 p.m.

Allegiant is introducing the route with $45 one-way fares on some flights.

The airline has 171 flights a week to and from McCarran and by market share of seat capacity, it is the fifth busiest carrier at the Las Vegas airport.

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