Great News! Allegiant to Return LAX Service in June

 


It was just about six weeks ago that we told you about Allegiant's decision to "suspend" our service to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) beginning January 14. We're now pleased to say that Allegiant will bring the service back on June 7. So we'll be without the service for about six months. Why the suspension? Read on...

Last fall Allegiant began dropping its LAX service at many airports across the country. The reason, said Allegiant, included construction, and a lack of gate and counter space at LAX. Now, the airline and LAX have apparently worked out the issues. And Allegiant tells us that it's going to do its best to make the LAX situation work.

At this point you're likely asking yourself why the service will be suspended at all — if the issues are worked out, why a six month hiatus? Especially since the suspension doesn't begin until the middle of January?!

It has to do with scheduling and reservations...

It was in November that Allegiant decided to suspend our service. When that November decision was made it immediately became impossible to book an LAX flight past mid-January because those flights were cancelled. If Allegiant decided to forgo the suspension it would be operating flights that it hadn't sold reservations for! Feel free to ask questions if that explanation is clear as mud...

By the way, the Allegiant website will now let you make reservations for LAX flights occurring on June 7 and after.

 

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