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story.lead_photo.caption FILE — Allegiant Air Flight 729 awaits passengers for its first non-stop, round-trip flight between Little Rock and Orlando in this 2013 file photo. - Photo by David Harten

Allegiant Air will add two tourist destinations from Arkansas' two biggest airports, the Las Vegas-based budget carrier announced Tuesday.

Allegiant will offer two flights weekly between Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport/Adams Field, and Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport in the Florida panhandle beginning May 17.

The airline will begin service between Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport at Highfill and Nashville International Airport, also with two flights a week, on June 6.

Both are seasonal flights, which means they won't be offered year round, and are designed to serve leisure travelers. Introductory fares Allegiant is offering for both destinations suggest the flights will end in August.

The Destin-Fort Walton service will be the third destination Allegiant offers from Clinton National. The airline will have five destinations from Northwest Arkansas Regional when the Nashville service is added.

NW News on 02/13/2019

Print Headline: Allegiant offering new flights from Little Rock to Destin, Northwest Arkansas to Nashville

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