Allegiant Airlines Military Discount

Allegiant Airlines Military Discount

Allegiant Airlines is an American discount airline that operates scheduled and charter flights. The Allegiant Airlines military discount offer doesn’t exist today, but they do offer some non-discount benefits for the military community.

What Is The Allegiant Airlines Military Discount?

They do not have a specific military discount today.

What Non-Discount Benefits Do They Offer?

For active duty, reserve duty and veterans: Up to 2 pieces of checked baggage free, under 100lbs, no charge for oversized checked baggage, one carry-on free, one personal item free, free boarding pass printing at the airport, up to 1 pet in the cabin for free, may board at priority boarding at no charge, and active duty and reserves will not be charged when making a change or cancellation due to a change in orders.

Spouses of an eligible military member or veteran can receive the same benefits if traveling with the service member.

Who’s Eligible?

Those serving on active duty, in the Reserves, in the National Guard, and their spouses or dependents, and US military veterans, depending on the benefit.

How Do You Get the Discount?

You must show qualifying identification. Dependents do not have to be traveling with their military member to receive these benefits.

About Allegiant Airlines

The Allegiant Airlines headquarters is in Summerlin, NV. The airline was founded in 1997 in Enterprise, Nevada, under WestJet Express but the name was changed to Allegiant in 1998 because of a trademark dispute. They currently fly to over 110 US cities, as well as Puerto Rico. Allegiant is the 9th largest commercial airline in the US, wholly owned by Allegiant Travel Company.

For more information, visit Allegiant Airlines.

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Julie Provost is a freelance writer, blogger, and owner of Soldier's Wife, Crazy Life, a support blog for military spouses. She lives in Tennessee with her National Guard husband and three boys.