TAMPA, Fla. — Ever wanted to take a flight to the heart of the south without having to deal with any layovers?
Well, if you're flying out of the Tampa Bay area, you've now got several more options to choose from.
Low-cost carrier Allegiant announced last month a new non-stop route from St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport to Key West International Airport.
Flights will be offered twice a week starting on Nov. 19 with introductory fares as low as $39 for a one-way ticket.
If you're flying out of the Sarasota Bradenton International Airport, Allegiant recently expanded its service with new flights to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Tulsa, Oklahoma, at fares as low as $49.
Flight day, times and low fares can be found at Allegiant.com.
Silver Airways began offering nonstop flights out of TPA to Savannah back in April.
The airline offers the service twice a week, giving Tampa flyers the chance to enjoy all the southern charm, hospitality and comfort food Savannah has to offer.
You can keep up with all of Tampa International Airport's nonstop routes here.