Pilots’ Contract To Drive Up Allegiant Air 4Q Costs

Credit: Allegiant Air
FRANCISCO—Allegiant Air expects fourth-quarter unit costs to rise significantly due to increased labor and maintenance costs. The ultra-LCC told analysts it expects its fourth-quarter costs per available seat-mile (CASM) excluding fuel to rise 10–12% compared with 2015. This is primarily driven by...

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