Allegiant Air’s service to Newark, launching in November, is an attempt to reach what COO Jude Bricker said is the “top leisure destination” in the US—New York City. The carrier will fly to Newark from Savannah, Georgia; Asheville, North Carolina; and Knoxville, Tennessee, each less than daily. The routes to Newark were made possible earlier this year when FAA loosened slot constraints at the airport, Bricker said in an interview at the Boyd International Aviation ...

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