Why does Allegiant keep cancelling flights?

Last updated on April 25, 2023

Allegiant typically cancels flights due to an inability to secure pilots and crew, aircraft maintenance issues, schedule adjustments due to market changes, and to comply with federal regulations and guidelines. Additionally, Allegiant may need to cancel flights due to bad weather, airport operations/alerts, or in the event of an emergency. In any case, Allegiant strives to minimize any inconvenience to its customers and will rebook travelers on the next available flight or refund their tickets.

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