Allegiant drops After `60 Minutes’ report on `midair breakdowns’

WELCOMING ALLEGIANT: A fire engine shoots a stream of water into the air in celebration of the first flight of Allegiant Air to T.F. Green Airport in September. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
WELCOMING ALLEGIANT: A fire engine shoots a stream of water into the air in celebration of the first flight of Allegiant Airlines to T.F. Green Airport in September. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
NEW YORK -  The parent of Allegiant Airlines dropped following a “60 Minutes” segment detailing a high number of what the program called “midair breakdowns” at the budget carrier. “Public documents show an alarming number of aborted takeoffs, cabin-pressure loss, emergency descents and unscheduled landings,” according to a report the CBS program aired Sunday evening.…
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