|Quoting stlgph (Thread starter):|
From my NASDAQ wire -
This morning Allegiant announced they are canceling the deal after Cebu fails to "satisfy certain conditions." They were to receive ten A319's. Allegiant instead will be taking delivery of A320's ... seven of the 9 planes will be delivered in 2013 and brought into the fleet at a "faster rate" to offset the capacity loss of the 319's.
|Quoting Polot (Reply 1):|
Just to be clear, since you didn't state it and not everyone reads the article, Allegiant is still receiving 9 A319s from GECAS.
|Quoting debonair (Reply 4):|
So, what are these "certain conditions"? Missing maintenance records, delivery dates?
|Quoting canyonblue17 (Reply 6):|
Who does Allegiant's maintenance? It seems as though for a smaller airline, their maintenance costs would be rather high using three very different types.....A320, 757, MD80. Add to that the fact that many of these aircraft are relatively old.
|Quoting TrijetsRMissed (Reply 7):|
AA does the maintenance for G4's MD-80s in Tulsa. Not sure about the other types.