Allegiant Air plans for an upcoming temporary hiatus at the Ogdensburg Intenational Airport later this summer. But it’s reportedly set to change up the flight schedule to the Sunshine State when it resumes its flights in the fall.
The Watertown Daily Times reported that the low-air-fare company is stopping flights from August 13 through October 3, with a normal schedule resuming October 4.
And when business picks back up, St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport will be added to the list of destinations along with Orlando-Sanford, but the trips to Fort Lauderdale will be scrapped.
The service to St. Pete/Clearwater begins in mid-November, with one-way trips coming with a $59 price tag.