Shreveport regional sees another uptick in service

Nearly 18,000 people flew through Shreveport Regional Airport (SHV) in June, an increase of 47% as compared to May 2020. “Thank you to each and every passenger who flew out of Shreveport first!” said Wade A. Davis, Director of Airports for the Shreveport Airport Authority. “Your use of Shreveport Regional Airport has prompted the airlines to add additional flights this month from Shreveport despite the COVID-19 pandemic.” 

Allegiant is offering non-stop service to three destinations again this summer, Destin, Orlando, and Las Vegas. Destin service has also been extended past Labor Day this year, with twice-weekly flights through October 26, 2020. American is now offering two daily flights to Charlotte International Airport and five flights a day to Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport. Delta is now operating three flights a day to Atlanta in July and will increase to four daily flights in August. United continues to offer two flights a day to their Houston hub and the airport is hopeful that Denver may be added back to the schedule later this fall. Visit for links to each of the four airlines serving Shreveport to book tickets and check flight schedules. 

“We’re thankful to our airline partners for continuing to provide service to seven non- stop destinations all over the country,” said Mark Crawford, Marketing and Public Relations Manager for the Shreveport Airport Authority. “Staff is working to make sure the airport remains a safe and clean place to travel, while maintaining a great customer experience.” 

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