The 14 Cheapest Airlines in North And South America

By: BENET WILSON | Pulished on 2024-01-15

Allegiant Air

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This Las Vegas-based low-cost carrier offers dirt-cheap fares from smaller and larger cities to popular holiday destinations like Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, and Phoenix. In 2017, it added service to 17 new cities.


Allegiant charges fees for everything from bags to check-in, but fares are still substantially lower than legacy carriers.


The airline flies a mixed fleet of McDonnell Douglas MD-80s, Airbus A319s, A320s, and Boeing 757s.


Passengers can book fares exclusively at the airline’s website, which also offers other travel-related products including hotel rooms, rental cars, and attraction tickets.


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This Toluca, Mexico-based low-cost carrier, which calls itself the JetBlue of Mexico, began flying in March 2005.


It now serves 52 destinations: 37 in Mexico and 15 international, including New York, Orlando, Miami, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles.


For some fare levels, InterJet allows passengers to bring two bags of up to 25 kilos each (110 pounds) for free. It does not overbook flights on its fleet of Airbus A320s and Sukhoi SuperJet100 jets and offers a women-only bathroom.

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