Allegiant gives struggling Canadians an affordable way to travel
Crossing the Border - Making Family Travel Affordable
These days, high airfares, expensive hotels and the increasing cost of activities can put a vacation out of reach for many Canadian families. For travellers in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), a short drive across the Niagara Falls border can mean the difference between staying home or being able to afford that fun, family trip.
With flights from Niagara Falls International Airport, only a few minutes drive from the border, Allegiant offers low fares and the ability to create a whole vacation package to meet any budget. Allegiant offer some of the best deals available on airfare and they also help their travellers get the best prices for accommodation, car rentals and even activities at the destination.
For many Canadians struggling to find room in their budget for a family vacation, Allegiant gives them an affordable way to travel.
Florida’s sunny weather, sandy beaches and family friendly activities have always been popular with travellers from the GTA. Now with Allegiant’s flights to Tampa Bay (via St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport), Orlando and the newly announced Punta Gorda/Fort Myers (beginning June 29), fun family vacations to the Sunshine State are more affordable. (Allegiant offers fares as low as $93.99 one way between Niagara Falls and Punta Gorda, as well as hotel and air packages as low as $395 per person for three nights. Restrictions apply.)
Allegiant flies out of Niagara Falls International Airport, only 135 km from downtown Toronto. It is only a few kms from the Canadian border and the QEW. Parking is plentiful and reasonable at the airport – $10 per day or $50 per week.
For Canadians who fly Allegiant and who want to stay in touch (at a low cost) while on vacation, Allegiant offers travellers the ability to purchase Roam Mobility SIM cards for $19.95. Just pop this SIM card into your phone and you can call, text and email like a local.