Allegiant Airlines will be adding new routes for the upcoming summer travel season, according to a press release from the company.

Allegiant Airlines, a Las Vegas based company, is offering a new nonstop service route to Myrtl Beach, Fla. from Stewart International Airport. The route will run from June 16 to Sept. 25. The route is one of 22 Allegiant has announced for the summer travel season. Allegiant currently offers nonstop service to St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport in St. Petersburg, Fla. Other nonstop routes available at Stewart include an American Airlines route to Philadelphia, jetBlue Airways routes to Orlando and Ft. Lauderdale, and a Delta Connection route to Detroit.

With the new routes Allegiant is also offering refunds of round-trip airfares to the first 22 people who book flights on each of the new routes. Perfect timing when you consider spring break and summer vacation on the way. Sounds like it's time for a vacation.