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Allegiant Air: Bellingham to Las Vegas

Diana AKA DesignGirl April 4, 2014 Airplane Meals, Bellingham, Las Vegas

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Allegiant Air had a package deal to Las Vegas from Bellingham and it was time for a family vacation. A lot of people take advantage of their cheap packages. You pack a heck of a lot more if you fly out of Vancouver.

A lot of Vancouverites, just drive down to Bellingham to take a flight. Seriously, you save so much money.

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The Bellingham International Airport is quite small, so you need to walk outside past the gate to enter the plane.

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The plane ride was about 2.5 hours and you get some nice view of the mountains on the west coast. I don’t really know where I was since the plane didn’t have those digital maps on the plane.

The flight did not provide any complimentary snacks or beverages. All items, you will have to purchase with your credit card. They do not take cash. Don’t expect much from the Allegent Air. They are quite known for their delays and lack of service.

Luckily, when didn’t have any delays on our flight, but the plane before us had mechanical issues, so their flight was delayed 5 hours. Always make sure you have a buffer of time just in case something like that happens.

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As the plane got close to Las Vegas, you can clearly see The Strip. The buildings are so huge, you can see them from so far away. Granted, the airport is only about 10 minutes away from The Strip.

 Website: www.allegiantair.com

About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

  • Riddlemethis

    Ah, censorship at it’s best here. If Designgirl doesn’t like your comment or disagrees with it, she won’t post it. Is she Malaysian? Hahaha. Flying out Bellingham is a joke and not a big cost saving if you consider all the risks, and opportunity costs. For those who haven’t taken economics, Google opportunity costs.

    • http://foodology.ca/ Diana Chan

      I do not censor any of the comments on the blog. Your previous comment needed approval due to the disqus system. There was just a lag for approving since I wasn’t on my computer at the time.

      I do agree with everything you said, and there are definitely lots of factors to consider before deciding to fly out of YVR or BLI.