Allegiant Travel Co. said it will buy up to nine ex-Iberia Airbus A320 aircraft—seven in 2013 and two in 2014. At time of delivery, the 177-seat aircraft will have an average age of 12 years. It expects to place the first aircraft into service late in the third quarter of 2013; all nine will enter service by the end of 2014. Allegiant president Andrew Levy said the A320 will “enable us to continue cost-effective growth for years to come.”  They are powered by ...

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