Las Vegas-based Allegiant Travel Co., parent of LCC Allegiant Air, posted third-quarter 2017 net income of $22.3 million, a 51% drop from $45.5 million in net profit during the year-ago quarter, as a result of September’s Hurricane Irma and the Las Vegas shooting Oct. 1. The airline canceled 444 flights when Hurricane Irma struck the Caribbean, Florida and southeast US in September, or approximately 2% of Allegiant’s scheduled capacity for the quarter. Cancellations accounted ...

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