Allegiant Travel Co., parent of “ultra” low-cost carrier Allegiant Air, said it has agreed to purchase 13 Airbus A319s for fleet growth, including 12 that are currently leased to an unidentified European carrier until 2018.  The Las Vegas-based company said the “purchase transaction [for the 12 A319s leased to the European airline] is expected to be completed by the end of June,” adding, “As each aircraft lease expires, Allegiant will transition the ...

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