The Springfield-Branson Regional Airport is located near Springfield, Missouri. As of 2011, Springfield-Branson Regional Airport has four major airlines. The airlines are American Airlines, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, and Allegiant Air. Of the top ten busiest routes, the route from Springfield to Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, is the busiest. Last year, over 82,000 passengers have traveled to the Dallas area via American Airlines from Springfield. The airport’s second most-busiest route is to Chicago’s O’Hare Airport via United Airlines. Last year, more than 70,000 passengers traveled to Chicago. Springfield’s third most-busiest route was to Atlanta, with 52,000 passengers flying with Delta Airlines. The United Airlines route from Springfield to Denver is the third most-busiest with 28,000 passengers. More than 27,000 passengers flew from Springfield to Memphis last year via Delta Airlines. Allegiant Air flies to the last five of the top ten most-busiest domestic routes from Springfield-Branson.
The most-busiest route for Allegiant is from Springfield to Las Vegas. With 22,000 passengers traveling to Las Vegas, it is the sixth overall busiest route. Allegiant’s second most-busiest route is from Springfield to Orlando with 21,000 passengers. The route is the seventh most-busiest route overall. Allegiant’s third most-busiest route was from Springfield to St. Petersburg, Florida. Over 17,000 passengers traveled to the Tampa Bay area through St. Petersburg. The route is the airport’s eighth most-busiest. Phoenix is Allegiant’s fourth-most busiest flight and the airport’s ninth most-busiest. Last year, 16,000 passengers traveled to Phoenix. Allegiant’s fifth most-busiest route is from Springfield to Los Angeles, with 14,000 passengers. However, the route to Los Angeles is being suspended due to a working agreement for gate space in progress between Allegiant Air and officials at Los Angeles International Airport.