MESA, Ariz. — Allegiant Air announces new nonstop service to Memphis (MEM), Des Moines (DSM), and Fresno (FAT) through Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (AZA) with service starting in December.
“Allegiant Air has been a good partner and today’s announcement is another example of how well we support each other,” said Town of Queen Creek Mayor and Airport Authority Board Chairman, Gail Barney. “I look forward to greeting passengers from these new
markets and I congratulate Allegiant on another expansion at Gateway Airport.”
With today’s announcement, Allegiant Air’s total nonstop destinations served from AZA grows to 38 cities.
Memphis Mayor A C Wharton Jr. said, “These new nonstop flights to Phoenix-Mesa are yet another example of positive momentum for Memphis and the Memphis International Airport. Memphians have another destination, and this opens the door for additional tourists
to come and see the many great things our city has to offer.”
“We are pleased with Allegiant’s decision to expand service at Gateway,” said Jane Morris, Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority’s Executive Director. “Because of our Board’s commitment to air service development, we have the terminal capacity available
to accommodate this expansion of service and more. Residents throughout the Valley will celebrate and embrace these new destinations at Gateway.”
About Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority
The Airport Authority is owned and operated by the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority, which consists of Mesa, Gilbert, Queen Creek, Gila River Indian Community, Phoenix, and Apache Junction. Gateway Airport offers nonstop passenger service to 38 cities
via Allegiant and has 1,000 acres of undeveloped land available for future job growth in the East Valley. For more information, visit
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