OMAHA, NEB. – Flying to Omaha, NE just got easier. Four new non-stop flights from key cities across the country make Omaha an even more inviting destination. Southwest, Alaska and Allegiant Airlines have all announced new non-stop service to Omaha.
“As airlines expand service they are seeing Omaha as a key destination in the heartland,” said Keith Backsen, Executive Director of the Omaha Convention and Visitors Bureau. “Omaha’s central location paired with strong passenger demand continues to increase accessibility for convention groups and leisure travelers looking to visit Omaha.”
New non-stop airline service includes:
- Southwest Airlines began non-stop service to Dallas Love Field August 9, 2015
- Allegiant Airlines will launch new year-round non-stop service to Orlando, Florida’s Sanford International Airport beginning Nov. 5, 2015
- Alaska Airlines will begin daily non-stop service to Portland, Oregon starting Feb 18, 2016
- Southwest Airlines will begin new daily service to Reagan National Airport in Washington D.C. on March 10, 2016
With the additional service, Omaha will offer non-stop flights to 24 of the nation’s busiest airports.
“The new flights also create competition among airlines, which can benefit consumers and make Omaha an even more affordable meeting destination,” added Backsen.
Click here for an updated flight map provided by the Omaha Airport Authority.