After performing one-off projects for Allegiant Air over the last six months American Airlines won a four-year, $30 million deal with the carrier to supply heavy maintenance and other services for the carrier's 24 McDonnell Douglas MD-80s. American has already completed heavy C-checks on about 11 of Allegiant's planes. The new deal covers the airline's current fleet and any additional planes that come on line. American will handle the transition from the aircraft's current maintenance ...

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