Allegiant Air To End Service From Lincoln To Las Vegas
The following is a News Release From Allegiant Air:
ALLEGIANT AIR ANNOUNCES END OF SERVICE FROM LINCOLN TO LAS VEGAS
-Allegiant Air, LLC announced today it will end its scheduled service between Lincoln, Neb. and Las Vegas. Customers with reservations Sept. 4 and beyond will be contacted directly by Allegiant with the option of reaccommodation from the Central Nebraska Regional Airport in Grand Island, Neb. or a full refund.
"Due to high fuel costs and competitive influences, we will discontinue our air service to Lincoln," Maurice J. Gallagher, Allegiant Air president and CEO, said. "We greatly appreciate the tremendous support that John Wood, his management team and the entire Lincoln community has shown us."
Allegiant Air began service to McCarran International Airport (Las Vegas) from the Lincoln Municipal Airport Feb. 1, 2006.
About the Company
Las Vegas based Allegiant Travel Company (NASDAQ: ALGT), is focused on linking travelers in small cities to world-class leisure destinations such as Las Vegas, Phoenix, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Orlando, Fla., and Tampa Bay/St. Petersburg, Fla. Through its subsidiary, Allegiant Air, the Company operates a low-cost, high-efficiency, all-jet passenger airline offering air travel both on a stand-alone basis and bundled with hotel rooms, rental cars and other travel related services.