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Allegiant Air Begins Nonstop Flights Between San Diego International Airport and Provo, Utah

Allegiant Airlines at San Diego Airport with City Captain Ground Transportation ServiceThursday, August 18, 2022

Today, Allegiant Air celebrated its first nonstop flight from San Diego International Airport (SAN) to Provo, Utah, via Provo Municipal Airport (PVU). Flights operate two times weekly on Thursdays and Sundays and are the only service between the two cities.

“The addition of Provo as a new city accessible from SAN on Allegiant will benefit our region as visitors from Utah will have an opportunity to visit our beaches, experience our amusement parks, and enjoy our culturally diverse restaurant offerings,” said Kimberly Becker, San Diego County Regional Airport Authority President & CEO. “San Diegans looking to partake in winter sports and outdoor recreation will appreciate the easy nonstop flight up north. Thank you Allegiant, for continuing to add unique destinations from SAN.”

Provo is about 45 miles south of Salt Lake City, situated in the heart of the more enormous Utah valley. It’s bounded east by the Wasatch Front mountain peaks and on the west by Utah Lake. Its location makes it easy to access national parks and canyons, with bountiful ski resorts, hiking, fishing, watersports, and camping opportunities.

With the addition of the new Provo route, Allegiant now offers nonstop service to 11 destinations making the airline third out of all carriers to offer the most routes from SAN. Earlier this year, Allegiant began year-round nonstop service to Austin, Texas, and seasonal nonstop service to Sioux Falls, South Dakota. To view schedules, fares, and flight times, please visit


Owned and operated by San Diego County Regional Airport Authority (Airport Authority), San Diego International Airport (SAN) is one of the busiest single-runway commercial service airports in the world and the third-busiest airport in California. SAN contributes nearly $12 billion in economic activity for the region by connecting the world to San Diego and San Diego to the world. In November 2021, the Airport Authority began construction on the New T1, including replacing the existing Terminal 1, airfield improvements, transportation connectivity to the airport, and a new administration building. The New T1 program’s total project budget is $3.4 billion and is estimated to create between 15,000 to 20,000 construction-related jobs. For more information about the New T1, please visit For more information about SAN, please visit 

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