Allegiant Airlines is placing its Long Beach Airport bets on Las Vegas, tripling its flights between the Southern California airport and gambling mecca in a move that is a departure from the low-cost carrier’s usual strategy in two ways. First, Allegiant typically offers low frequency service—most often from two to four flights a week—for city-pairs that connect small communities to major U.S. leisure destinations. By adding four frequencies to Long Beach-Las Vegas as of Sept. 1 and an ...
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