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Allegiant set the stage for this expansion by utilizing Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport as a seasonal base during the summer of 2017.
This is an unusual situation - canceling without a reschedule is rare, and is only invoked when there are truly no other options available for switching aircraft or rescheduling," Krysta Levy, a spokeswoman for Allegiant Air, told International Business Times.
Allegiant, which was launched last September, was founded by former FirstKey Lending CEO Randy Reiff.
Concurrently, Allegiant has entered into an advisory and consulting agreement with First Key Lending LLC, pertaining to FirstKey's existing USD215 million loan portfolio.
Allegiant and Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) have said that they have entered into a partnership to launch the Allegiant World MasterCard (NYSE: MA) issued by Bank of America.
Issuing a statement, Senior VP (Planning) for Allegiant Travel Jude Bricker stated, "Florida is an important state in the Allegiant network, with over half of our scheduled service focused on bringing travelers to the Sunshine State.
The firm said that the aircraft was previously operated by easyJet, and it has a similar configuration to the nine units that Allegiant had contracted for last summer.
Allegiant Travel offers tourism package deals in conjunction with its airline.
Today, one out of every five passengers that flies in or out of Eugene flies on Allegiant.
Allegiant plans to take delivery of these aircraft and place them in service with Allegiant Air on the following schedule:
Officials at the Plattsburgh International Airport, New York, were celebrating on November 20 as Allegiant Air announced it was to triple its flight activity just four days after inaugurating non-stop service to Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
LAS VEGAS -- The Las Vegas Monorail Company announced today its new partnership with the Las Vegas-based airline Allegiant Air.