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Topic: Allegiant Announces OAK/EUG To PSP
Username: FATFlyer
Posted 2012-08-21 10:19:54 and read 2488 times.

Allegiant announced new PSP service from both OAK and EUG today. Flights start Nov 15 and will operate SUN/THURS on both routes.
http://www.marketwatch.com/story/all...ay-fares-as-low-as-3999-2012-08-21

Topic: RE: Allegiant Announces OAK/EUG To PSP
Username: HAJflyer
Posted 2012-08-21 10:44:57 and read 2416 times.

Will this be seasonal services during the winter?

Topic: RE: Allegiant Announces OAK/EUG To PSP
Username: FATFlyer
Posted 2012-08-21 11:03:16 and read 2379 times.

Allegiant has not indicated if this is considered seasonal or not. My expectation is that these are seasonal.

Both routes are currently available to the end of the current booking window of April 16, but G4 is not booking any routes beyond that date yet.

Topic: RE: Allegiant Announces OAK/EUG To PSP
Username: JetBlueGuy2006
Posted 2012-08-21 11:22:38 and read 2329 times.

Kinda a dumb question, but does G4 have planes based in OAK or PSP?

Topic: RE: Allegiant Announces OAK/EUG To PSP
Username: wedgetail737
Posted 2012-08-21 12:17:33 and read 2254 times.

Quoting JetBlueGuy2006 (Reply 3):
Kinda a dumb question, but does G4 have planes based in OAK or PSP?

Yes...G4 has some MD-80's based at OAK.

Topic: RE: Allegiant Announces OAK/EUG To PSP
Username: SANFan
Posted 2012-08-21 16:57:55 and read 2030 times.

PSP-HNL coming next? Who knows...   

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Topic: RE: Allegiant Announces OAK/EUG To PSP
Username: RWA380
Posted 2012-08-21 20:52:43 and read 1867 times.

I'm pleased to see G4 and EUG obviously working well together. If only RDM had done better. I'd love to see MFR-HNL at least 2x weekly in the future.


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