Allegiant Airlines name change policy allows minor name corrections due to misspellings, but not full name changes—unless the name change is due to marriage, divorce, or some other reason and is supported by legal documentation.
Allegiant Airlines does not allow passengers to transfer their tickets to other persons.
For more information on Allegiant Airlines name change policy, call +1-866-399-0587. This toll-free number is open 24/7 in the United States and Canada.
How to Change Passenger Name on Allegiant Airlines?
If you have changed your last name or if your name has been misspelled, you must contact Allegiant Airlines Reservations and get your name corrected before flying. You can do this in 3 ways:
- By phone. As soon as you discover that your name is spelled incorrectly or need to have your name corrected due to a change of name, call Allegiant Airlines (or your travel agent) and inform them about the problem. You will be asked for your confirmation number, so have it ready with you when you call.
Minor name corrections can be made free of charge, but name changes will typically incur a name change fee.
- By visiting an Allegiant Airlines office in your area. You can also visit an Allegiant Airlines office in your area and request them to correct or change your name. Be sure to carry the necessary documentation, such as a government-issued photo ID (driver’s license or passport), marriage certificate, divorce decree, etc.
Remember, you will be charged a name change fee per applicable rates, unless it’s a minor name correction due to a spelling error.
Tip. If you have entered your name incorrectly, you can take advantage of the 24-hour grace period and cancel your reservation online for free through Manage Travel. After cancelling your reservation online, simply rebook your ticket by entering the correct name.
Why Name Corrections and Name Changes Are Important
Correcting name related errors is important, because TSA rules require all names to appear exactly as they do on government-issued photo IDs, such as a driver’s license or passport. If the name on your ticket doesn’t match the name on your government-issued photo ID, you may not be allowed to board your flight.