Allegiant Air, no stranger to the upgauging trend sweeping through U.S. fleets, is giving its Airbus A319s rave reviews, and plans to stick with a fleet growth strategy that will soon see the carrier have more of the smaller Airbus narrowbodies than A320s, executives report. After adding two A320s last month, the carrier is up to seven of the 177-seat Airbus narrowbodies and three 156-seat A319s. The carrier’s announced fleet plan has it taking one A319 late this year and then six ...
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