Nevada-based LCC Allegiant Air has filed an application with the US Department of Transportation (DOT) to offer non-stop scheduled flights between the US and Mexico, which would be its first scheduled international service. The leisure carrier would be entering a market increasingly crowded by LCCS. Minnesota-based Sun Country flies to eight Mexican destinations; Denver-based Frontier Airlines flies to three; and Florida-based Spirit Airlines serves two Mexican destinations from the US. ...

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