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Thanksgiving '16 in the Sin City - My Allegiance with Allegiant! (Part 1, many pictures)

Wed Sep 13, 2017 11:53 pm

INTRODUCTION
Las Vegas has always been a place I wanted to visit ever since I found out Allegiant Air flies directly to from Grand Forks, in addition to direct flights to Phoenix/Mesa and Orlando/Sanford. They operate an MD80 on the route. Heck yeah! Being a low cost (or ultra low cost?) carrier, you could imagine that they are in to charging for every thing. Luckily, they do not charge for oxygen masks, seat cushion floatation devices, etc. :rotfl:

They are in the news for two various reasons. One of them is because of the ultra-low fares they offer when it comes to holiday seasons AND off peak times, and yet making huge profits out of their ultra low-cost business model, such as charging for carry on, checked baggage, seating assignments, or package deals with car companies, tour companies, hotels, etc. etc. The other reason they are in the news is for their safety. They are on the FAA’s watchlist because of the many violations. More often than not, however they get passengers from A to B without a hitch.

With that being said, please check out the video trip report right here

BOOKING TROUBLE..?
This was a trip that was in the making since April 2016. After a not-so-nice experience in the Spring at Florida, my girlfriend and I decided to head to Las Vegas for Thanksgiving, a 4 day break we get from University. Allegiant Air's dates for the Thanksgiving period had not been uploaded, sadly. Once it was uploaded, I was onboard an Airbus A380! After waking up and recovering from a bit of the jet lag at Kolkata, I fought my way through the Hola! VPN app and book my ticket: no, Allegiant’s website do not work outside the United States (those not in the USA, check it out! http://www.allegiantair.com) A pretty reasonable ticket for $275 round trip which included seats, a carry on bag, and the flight itself on the MD80! I was excited. :bouncy:

Flight details:
G4485 GFK to LAS 23NOV16 dep 1306 hours CST, arr 1420 hours PST MD80
G4484 LAS to GFK 27NOV16 dep 0725 hours PST, arr 1221 hours CST MD80

Booked seats 33A & B for GFK-LAS and 22A&B for LAS-GFK. Keeping an eye on Flightradar24 of the two flights, never was the flight delayed by over 30 minutes. Worked for us very well. In terms of the aircraft, it was looking more and more likely to be an MD83 both ways, but there was still a ray of hope for an MD-88 to operate one of the flights. I was hopeful. :yes:

ONLINE CHECK IN
The year’s snowfall was quite delayed. It happened on the 22nd, just a day before our trip. Thankfully, it was only a light snow shower, and there was not much to worry about. Check in for the flight was not too bad, both on mobile and web. There were some more tried-to-force selling going on with regards to bags. Nice try Allegiant, but not for me :) I changed seats to 34D and 34F, based on the assumption that no one would like to select 34E, the middle seat. It was only a matter of time. :pray:

Screenshots from the online check in
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That night at work, I found out that there would be three others on my fight! Pretty nice LOL. I also kept a track of all MD83s at Las Vegas, the ones that headed back to base after a day’s of flying. These are the planes:
N416NV
N417NV
N421NV
N422NV
N424NV
N427NV
N861GA
N862GA
N863GA
N864GA
N865GA
N876GA
N878GA
N879GA
N891GA

FLY DAY!
The next morning was a strange but familiar sight: most classes empty and very quiet because people had left to go back home, and yet there was a sense of excitement to get out of classes and school as a whole - a well deserved break for all of us. It was N891GA, a 30.5 year old MD-83 built in Long Beach, California. She served half of her life with SAS Scandinavian Airlines as an MD-82, before being rated up to an MD-83.

CHECK IN (OR LACK THEREOF), SECURITY
We headed for the airport at 1100 hours, 2hr06min before the flight. No need for us to check in, we headed up towards security. The line was kinda long, neither was it very organized because of just the one scanner in operation. We settled down at the gate, Gate 1.
Curbside
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Check in counters
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Headed up to security
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Gate area
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It was a full house at Grand Forks International. With 9 flights (6 Delta flights to Minneapolis/St. Paul, one Allegiant MD80 to Orlando Sanford, our MD80 to Las Vegas, and the A319 to Phoenix/Mesa). The same showed in the terminal, as passengers for our flight to LAS and and the DL flight to MSP had gathered inside the terminal.
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Almost here!
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N891GA ARRIVES!
Cutting through the fog, I saw the lights, the wings and the fuselage as the Mad Dog landed gracefully, and taxied towards the gate. The 30.5 years old beauty served a pretty SASsy life in Europe, being with SAS Scandinavian Airlines. Bags were being unloaded - Allegiant made good money from the large number of checked luggage! As the first couple of passengers disembarked, the boarding announcements were made - yep, not a very long wait! :hyper:
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BOARDING
Boarding commenced at 1232 hours, group wise. Allegiant has a fairly standard boarding process, starting with group 1 through to group 7 or whatever. Group 1 is for those who paid the $10.25 extra to board and sit on the plane for a little longer, I guess. Group 2 was other passengers with no paid carry on, which is when my girlfriend went ahead and boarded. Group 3 was next, and I did not waste any time and was the second one to board in this group, all of us had a carry on bag that would fit in the overhead bin. :spin:
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There was a sense of excitement onboard as the crew welcomed everyone onboard for the flight to Las Vegas. They requested us to put most things under the seat in front of us, as much as possible, while only the paid-for carry-ons get to go inside the cabin luggage hold. There was also an announcement asking us to stay put in our seats since 'the aircraft uses an automated weight and balancing system'. Curios.

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The plane gradually filled up - just 4 or 5 seats went empty, but you kinda get the feeling that Allegiant did earn more through ancillary fees such as baggage, seat selection, etc. One thing I did notice was how comfortable the seat was. Being a LCC, one could expect some really uncomfortable seating, but this one had a very well padded seat, in addition to a decent amount of legroom - yet these were the cheapest seats sold. Sunseeker, Allegiant's magazine advertised their three bases extensively - Las Vegas, Phoenix and Orlando. These were very helpful guides to those heading for the holidays. I liked what I saw.

DL coming in from MSP
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Decent view of the JT8D.
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DEPARTURE & DE-ICE
Pushed back at 1307 hours a minute late. One of the marshals being the same lady who was doing the check in and boarding! Following some anxiously long waiting, the Captain came online and announced that we'd get de-iced, my second time! This time however, it was a much quicker process for us: the engines were fired up without warning, but wow the PW JT8D engines sounded so lovely!
Start up video

A fairly quick taxi to runway 35L.
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TAKE OFF
The take off process was a bit strange: we lined up, engines were spooled up to different levels for a good minute and a half before we blasted down the runway and in to the cold skies over North Dakota. I was loving the sounds of the JT8D engines! :cloudnine:
Take off video
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IN FLIGHT
We soon broke free of the clouds, in to the clear blue skies over the Midwestern United States. Most passengers were quite awake, talking to each other, as I indulged in the sounds of the JT8Ds and photographed whatever was going on....while my girlfriend decided to get her textbooks out and started studying :roll:
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Cabin of the MD83
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Seat pocket contents and tray table:
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A round of BoB service was conducted - they announced that the Deli pack was not available. That did look like the good only thing for a quick snack, some meat and cheese was in it. There weren't too many takers for this - I bought some ginger ale and a bottle of water.
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Scenery outside the window -
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Some more pics from the cabin itself -
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The flight itself was quite calm. The crew didn't have much going on as the passengers were all quite relaxed. Just about an hour in to the flight the scene outside changed drastically. One could easily identify the snow clad Colorado Mountains (plateaus?) as we jetted over. Did I also mention the number of cross continental flights that flew over? Couple of long haul jets such as the B757 and B767 were doing the routine West Coast - East Coast services.
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A quick visit to the restroom, it was well kept and clean, stocked with hand wash soap (I highlight this as some airlines back home do not even provide this basic but vital amenity. Looking at you, Jet Airways).
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An early Thanksgiving with Turkey Jerky!
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The scenery changed from snowy to rocky and desert-y as we flew over the Rockies and in to towards the Mojave Desert. Another round of service was done - even lesser takers this time. They also made various announcements in which they were advertising Las Vegas while also pushing to make more money by selling discounted tours and events. Being a low cost airline has no limits as to how much can be earned from ancillary fees!
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The cabin crew members did not have much to do. However, they kept a positive attitude all throughout - smiling and serving the passengers, answering questions and helping folk out. I didn't see them as much, however. It was turning in to be a bit of a long flight - in fact, the data on FR24 showed that this was one of the longer flight times at 3hr02min flying time (I found out later). The Captain came over the PA system to give us some details - we would reach the gate about 20 minutes late due to the de-icing process at Grand Forks, and that it would be nice and sunny out at Vegas, just after we'd encounter some turbulence on approach.

ARRIVAL
And so it happened. The cabin crew members secured the cabin as we descended over parts of the Grand Canyon, Lake Mead and Eastern Suburbs of Las Vegas.
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Slowly, rocking about in turbulence, up down, left right, we descended closer and closer towards McCarran International Airport. A smooth touchdown on Runway 25L at 1434 hours PST (24 minutes late), we taxied towards the gate.
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Landing video

‘Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Las Vegas!!’ said the enthusiastic flight attendant, as many passengers onboard cheered to celebrate the start of their Thanksgiving holiday. Had to wait for a couple of take offs, before we and a Southwest B737-700 could taxi to the gate. One engine was shut off, single engine taxi being a commonplace among many carriers all over the world.

Concourse A at Las Vegas is where Allegiant’s home is at. I saw most of their aircraft types there, the MD-83, B757, A319, etc. Taxied in to the gate and engines off at 1441 hours, people excitedly got their belongings out and headed for the fun and gambling at the Sin City! One thing I quite liked (and to be honest, very low-cost airline like!) was the fact that many ground transport units such as the sanitary truck, food loading truck, and the security truck (I guess..) were all modified Ford F-150s. Pretty cool!
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Disembarked and headed straight in to the slot machines in the airport. I had to take my time and just look at the planes around and scenery around: the MD83 that we chased from Fargo, a B757 to McAllen, TX while in the background was the Luxor (pyramid and Egypt themed hotel and Casino), while there was also a very gold skyscraper….the Trump tower.
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Found a couple of helpful people who guided us towards the ride/share taxis where most Uber and Lyft drivers come and pick up passengers, and headed for the AirBnb. It was time for a real blast of a time at Las Vegas!

Always fun to be followed around on FR24 - (Thanks for the screenshot, AbV!)
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The flight tracking -
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Route, and link to the flight -
DPR J107 OCS MTU MLF GRNPA1
https://flightaware.com/live/flight/AAY ... /KGFK/KLAS

N891GA would head to Bentonville/Fayetteville (AK) later in the night.

Shout out to TG for helping me out with the editing of this flight report! :)

Not really anything to complain about with Allegiant. Going in with low expectations on a LCC is the right thing to do, and as long as one keeps an eye on Allegiant's policies and procedures, they should expect to have a pretty normal flight with no discrepancies.As we all say, you get what you paid for and suffice to say, I was left pretty satisfied.

Day 1 - November 23rd - Las Vegas Strip, BurGR dinner, Bellagio Observatory
Inside Planet Hollywood -
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Las Vegas Boulevard
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Planet Hollywood, Paris Las Vegas
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Girlfriend and I decided this was perhaps the best burger and poutine (ish?) we have had. Amazing stuff!
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Bellagio Observatory, full of pumpkins. Good thing Starbucks found other pumpkins to fill the needs of the Fall Season :P
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The fountain was impressive. As loud as 'Ecstasy of Gold' was played over the loudspeaker, I half expected Metallica to show up and play a concert (Metallica use Ecstasy of Gold for their intro music)
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Day 2 - November 24th 2017 - Thanksgiving at the Grand Canyon!
It was an early start to the day, getting an Uber at 4am was surprisingly easy. The North Rim was truly spectacular!
Lake Mead
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Hoover Dam
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Entering the Grand Canyon
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CHOPPER!
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The Grand Canyon...
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Lunch at the Hulapai Ranch
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Las Vegas at night
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Since it was turkey day, most restaurants were closed, save for a Walmart close to our AirBnB - pizza was the name of the game...
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Following two very active days, it was time to take a breather and sleep in - good thing the puppers and doggos at the AirBnb gave us plenty of company!

Please do stay tuned for Part 2, for more from Las Vegas and the rather eventful flight back home...

And once again, please check out the video trip report right here

My other trip reports:
2016
The day I flew the world's most popular plane (GFK-FAR-CKN-GFK, C172)
Summer '16 trek back home - Part 14: Delta Connection, a quick hop in the Midwest! (MSP - GFK, Aug '16) (video trip report)
Summer '16 trek back home - Part 13: Super old, Super 80, Mad Dog Across the Midwest! (AA ORD-MSP, Aug'16) (video trip report)
Summer '16 trek back home - Part 12: Flying the Friendly Skies... (United Munich to Chicago, Aug '16)) (video trip report)
Summer '16 trek back home - Part 11: Epic Lufthansa, Epic A340! (Delhi to Munich, Aug '16) (video trip report)
Summer '16 trek back home - Part 10: Konnect, Lite, Delight...(S2 B73H CCU-DEL, Aug '16) (video trip report)
Summer '16 trek back home - Part 9: Take me home, Vistara! (DEL-CCU, Jul '16) (video trip report)
Summer '16 trek back home - Part 8: Vistara's INAUGURAL flight out of Kolkata! (CCU-DEL, Jun '16)) (video trip report)
Summer '16 trek back home - Part 7: Efficient IndiGo! (Mumbai to Kolkata, A320, May '16) (video trip report)
Summer '16 trek back home - Part 6: Big delays, cracked windshield, angry passengers (SG CCU-BOM B73J) (video trip report)
Summer '16 trek back home - Part 5: Air India's domestic Dream)liner (DEL-CCU May '16) (video trip report)
Summer '16 trek back home - Part 4: Nearly First Class - stories of the empty A380! (LH FRA-DEL May '16) (video trip report)
Summer '16 trek back home - Part 3: World's longest jet, Lufthansa's B748i! (ORD-FRA May '16) (video trip report)
Summer '16 trek back home - Part 2: ChicaGO on United's A319! (MSP-ORD, May '16) (video trip report)
Summer '16 trek back home - Part 1: Sun rise onboard the long range CRJ (DL GFK-MSP CRJ-900, May '16) (video trip report)
The pencil jet(s) for spring break! (+ Iron Maiden bonus): Delta MSP-FLL-MSP, March '16 (DL1608 video trip report, DL2027 video trip report)
De-iced & Delayed, cold onboard a CRJ! (ORD-MSP-GFK on Delta, Jan '16) (ORD-MSP video report) (MSP-GFK video report)
Delta's aged B767-300ER across the Atlantic! (CDG-ORD in Y, Jan '16) (video report)
Air France's NEW Economy (B777-200ER, Bengaluru to Paris, Jan '16) (video report)
Delays and despair: stressed out in the middle seat! (Jet Airways B737 Mumbai - Bengaluru, Jan '16)
Air India's hybrid babybus from Kolkata to Mumbai (Jan '16, Y) (video report)

2012
South Africa 3: 12 days in Scintillating South Africa (Kruger, Kulula and Rand Airport, Apr' 12, LONG!)
South Africa 2: Elegant Emirates Economy! (DXB-CPT, B77W, Apr '12)
South Africa 1: My first flight on Emirates, my first flight on the 777 (CMB-DXB, Apr '12)

2011
International transit with Jet Airways (BOM-MAA-CMB, Oct. '11)
Konnecting to Bhubaneswar (9W BOM-BBI-BOM, Jul '11)
Three trips between India and Sri Lanka (9W BOM-CMB-BOM: Jun '11, Jul '11, Oct. 11)
To India's Orange City: Mumbai - Nagpur - Mumbai on Jetlite & Tadoba National Park (May 2011)
My last flight on Kingfisher Airlines (and 2 other Jet flights, May '11)
 
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Re: Thanksgiving '16 in the Sin City - My Allegiance with Allegiant! (Part 1, many pictures)

Thu Sep 14, 2017 1:43 am

Great trip report. It's surprising that everything was closed on Thanksgiving. Was everywhere on the strip closed as well? I'd imagine the restaurants in all the big hotels run a true 24/7/365 operation.
 
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Re: Thanksgiving '16 in the Sin City - My Allegiance with Allegiant! (Part 1, many pictures)

Thu Sep 14, 2017 1:52 am

N415XJ wrote:
Great trip report. It's surprising that everything was closed on Thanksgiving. Was everywhere on the strip closed as well? I'd imagine the restaurants in all the big hotels run a true 24/7/365 operation.

Thank you for checking out this report!
From what I remember (and inputs from my girlfriend), the Las Vegas strip was booming, everything open, people walking, traffic jams.... however just a quarter of a mile east of The Strip, it was scary how different it was, all dark and just a street lamp or two.

That being said, it was in fact Target (not Walmart) that was open for Black Friday shopping. All restaurants (fast food, et al) off the strip were closed.

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Re: Thanksgiving '16 in the Sin City - My Allegiance with Allegiant! (Part 1, many pictures)

Thu Sep 14, 2017 5:09 pm

Did you notice that the flaps were down on your plane at the gate? Was that for de-icing purposes?
 
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Re: Thanksgiving '16 in the Sin City - My Allegiance with Allegiant! (Part 1, many pictures)

Fri Sep 15, 2017 4:02 am

You took uber all the way to the Canyon? That is the West Rim, by the way.
 
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Re: Thanksgiving '16 in the Sin City - My Allegiance with Allegiant! (Part 1, many pictures)

Fri Sep 15, 2017 5:50 am

Wonderful TR, a bit of nostalgic for me. G4 would be my ride home back to Vegas quite often from GFK, and was a good deal.I will sure miss those AAY MD80's.

If you think it was bad in the new terminal, imagine the old one (half the size) with a full Allegiant MD-80 and a Delta CRJ9's worth of people. Standing room only!
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Re: Thanksgiving '16 in the Sin City - My Allegiance with Allegiant! (Part 1, many pictures)

Fri Sep 15, 2017 6:35 pm

evank516 wrote:
Did you notice that the flaps were down on your plane at the gate?

Yep :)

evank516 wrote:
Was that for de-icing purposes?

I do believe so.
Thanks for checking out this report!

classicjets wrote:
You took uber all the way to the Canyon? That is the West Rim, by the way.

Ah, should've mentioned it - took the Uber to a nearby hotel where the coach would pick us up.
Dang, noob mistake, thanks for correcting me!
Pity I can't edit it any more....

KLASM83 wrote:
Wonderful TR, a bit of nostalgic for me. G4 would be my ride home back to Vegas quite often from GFK, and was a good deal.I will sure miss those AAY MD80's.

I'm glad you enjoyed reading this report, thank you very much for checking it out! :)
While it is good the new Airbus are coming in, I too will miss these oldie birdies, seeing them around is always fun!

KLASM83 wrote:
If you think it was bad in the new terminal, imagine the old one (half the size) with a full Allegiant MD-80 and a Delta CRJ9's worth of people. Standing room only!

Oh boy, I can imagine! This terminal is certainly a step forward.
Of course, I don't think it was 'bad', but it sure was a little stuffy.
Fun fact - my apartment is located close to the runway of the old airport :)

Regards
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Re: Thanksgiving '16 in the Sin City - My Allegiance with Allegiant! (Part 1, many pictures)

Sat Sep 16, 2017 3:55 am

CollegeAviator wrote:
evank516 wrote:
Did you notice that the flaps were down on your plane at the gate?


Fun fact - my apartment is located close to the runway of the old airport :)

Regards
CA


I, too, once lived on 43rd Ave in Skyline Apts, then I went to University Heights. The rent got cheaper with one more roomie!
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Re: Thanksgiving '16 in the Sin City - My Allegiance with Allegiant! (Part 1, many pictures)

Tue Sep 19, 2017 5:37 pm

KLASM83 wrote:
CollegeAviator wrote:
evank516 wrote:
Did you notice that the flaps were down on your plane at the gate?


Fun fact - my apartment is located close to the runway of the old airport :)

Regards
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I, too, once lived on 43rd Ave in Skyline Apts, then I went to University Heights. The rent got cheaper with one more roomie!

Quite like the Speedway Bar & Grill - many pictures and memories of what used to be the old airport. Pretty neat!
 
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Re: Thanksgiving '16 in the Sin City - My Allegiance with Allegiant! (Part 1, many pictures)

Wed Sep 20, 2017 12:44 pm

CollegeAviator wrote:
N415XJ wrote:
Great trip report. It's surprising that everything was closed on Thanksgiving. Was everywhere on the strip closed as well? I'd imagine the restaurants in all the big hotels run a true 24/7/365 operation.

Thank you for checking out this report!
From what I remember (and inputs from my girlfriend), the Las Vegas strip was booming, everything open, people walking, traffic jams.... however just a quarter of a mile east of The Strip, it was scary how different it was, all dark and just a street lamp or two.

That being said, it was in fact Target (not Walmart) that was open for Black Friday shopping. All restaurants (fast food, et al) off the strip were closed.

CA


I'm guessing you are talking about the Target at Flamingo and Maryland Pkwy ? In that area, Silver 7's and Tuscany would have been open, plus, here is the secret to Vegas, while the chain restaurants may have been closed, the local bars would be open and they all have food available, some of them are pretty darn good AND a heck of a lot cheaper than chain restaurants or the strip.
 
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Re: Thanksgiving '16 in the Sin City - My Allegiance with Allegiant! (Part 1, many pictures)

Wed Sep 20, 2017 3:30 pm

jetwet1 wrote:
CollegeAviator wrote:
N415XJ wrote:
Great trip report. It's surprising that everything was closed on Thanksgiving. Was everywhere on the strip closed as well? I'd imagine the restaurants in all the big hotels run a true 24/7/365 operation.

Thank you for checking out this report!
From what I remember (and inputs from my girlfriend), the Las Vegas strip was booming, everything open, people walking, traffic jams.... however just a quarter of a mile east of The Strip, it was scary how different it was, all dark and just a street lamp or two.

That being said, it was in fact Target (not Walmart) that was open for Black Friday shopping. All restaurants (fast food, et al) off the strip were closed.

CA


I'm guessing you are talking about the Target at Flamingo and Maryland Pkwy ? In that area, Silver 7's and Tuscany would have been open, plus, here is the secret to Vegas, while the chain restaurants may have been closed, the local bars would be open and they all have food available, some of them are pretty darn good AND a heck of a lot cheaper than chain restaurants or the strip.

Noted for next time! This was our pre-21 Vegas trip, and are probably looking at another one once we both have graduated.
I'm all for cheap food, seeing as how some of our decisions created a bigger hole than anticipated, lol.
Thanks for checking out this report!! :)
 
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Thu Sep 21, 2017 7:58 pm

LOL, drop me a line next time you are heading this way, let me see if I can point you in the right direction on some fun local things.
 
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Re: Thanksgiving '16 in the Sin City - My Allegiance with Allegiant! (Part 1, many pictures)

Thu Sep 28, 2017 9:04 pm

jetwet1 wrote:
LOL, drop me a line next time you are heading this way, let me see if I can point you in the right direction on some fun local things.

Will do! :)
Thanks!

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