Allegiant Air now offering free services for active military members, veterans

Posted at 2:06 PM, Jun 03, 2017
and last updated 2017-06-03 15:06:52-04

For military members and veterans, flying with Allegiant Air just got much cheaper.

The airline, known for its low fares, announced an offer that will give military members free services on its flights.

U.S. active duty or reserve duty military and their spouses or dependents, as well as National Guard members and veterans are able to get the following services for free if they fly Allegiant:

  • Up to three checked bags weighing less than 100 pounds each
  • One carry-on bag within Allegiant size limits
  • One pet in cabin
  • No charge for oversized checked bags
  • Free boarding pass printing at airport
  • Free seat assignments

To qualify for the offers, passengers must show military identification. Spouses and dependents of active duty or reserve military members do not have to be flying with a military member to qualify.

In addition to these perks, active military personnel will be given free priority boarding and will not be charged for changes or cancelations.

Click here to read the full details from Allegiant Air. The program was announced by the company on May 25.

Clint Davis covers entertainment and trending news topics for the Scripps National Desk. Follow him on Twitter @MrClintDavis.