Allegiant Air will launch new flights to and from Ogden.
Allegiant now has flights from Ogden to Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Phoenix.
One-way flights from Ogden-Hinckley Airport to L.A. are as low as $35, while flights to Las Vegas and Phoenix are $45 and $47, respectively. This price is before taxes, charges and fees.
These charges and fees can increase the price to near $100. Extra charges include segment fees, federal tax, 9/11 security fees and carrier usage charges.
The move is apart of a larger effort by Allegiant to add more flights in the Southwest. It just recently added flights that will take Las Vegas travelers to Ogden.
According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Allegiant will add flights from Las Vegas to both Ogden and Omaha, Nebraska, beginning on Nov. 17.
“These new routes show that travelers have continued to embrace Allegiant’s unique brand of ultralow cost fares and nonstop service to Las Vegas,” Lukas Johnson, an Allegiant senior vice president, said in a statement to the Review-Journal. “We are so grateful to our loyal customers and Las Vegas partners for helping us grow here, and we are excited to offer nonstop flights to our hometown at a fare that everyone can afford.”
Allegiant also added some new flights from Omaha to Phoenix and Las Vegas, according to The Omaha World-Herald.
These flights will run twice a week, with the flight to Phoenix being a season option that begins Oct. 4. Flights to Las Vegas begin Nov. 17 and will be offered throughout the year.
Allegiant previously announced nonstop flights between Ogden and Phoenix in 2012.
Other flights between Las Vegas and Salt Lake City cost around $178, according to Kayak.com.
Cheaper flights come at a time when 1 in 5 Americans fall into debt because of summer travel, according to a new survey from MagnifyMoney, a personal finance advice website.
On average, Americans will spend close to $2,936 on summer vacations, with 20 percent of the costs adding to their individual debt, the survey found. Those with debt will likely spend more at about $4,351 on average.
Yahoo Finance offered five tips to avoid summer travel debt, like staying within the country and driving, or flying later in the summer when fares are lower.