Allegiant Air, which is planning to bring at least 19 used Airbus A319 aircraft into its fleet over the next few years, also is open to adding to its group of six used Boeing 757s. Of those 757s, two are leased to a carrier in the U.K. but scheduled to be brought back into the Allegiant fold in 2013. The 223-seat aircraft are being used for new services to Hawaii, which began last month and are expected to expand this fall. “The  is terrific for the missions in which it is ...
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