Allegiant Air is now the official airline of Minor League Baseball.
The companies have over 115 overlapping markets in the U.S., including Dayton, home of the Dayton Dragons. Allegiant is the only low-cost carrier operating flights from the Dayton International Airport.
“We’re beyond excited to announce this new partnership with Minor League Baseball and to become the official airline for clubs nationwide,” said Scott DeAngelo, Allegiant chief marketing officer. “Since 2001, Allegiant has flown countless sports fans to cheer on their home teams on affordable, nonstop flights, and this partnership reinforces our commitment to the 118 communities we serve as their hometown airline.”
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In addition to being the official airline for the league, Allegiant will offer Friday Fly Away giveaways to ballpark fans and serve as the naming rights partner of a digital advertising network that spans MiLB markets.
“Our two organizations share a collective vision for and commitment to the communities we serve,” said Minor League Baseball’s chief marketing and commercial officer David Wright. “We are proud to partner with an industry leader, and look forward to amplifying key activations and extending the partnership beyond the ballpark.”
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