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Allegiant Reports Passenger Traffic Increase of 7.0 Per Cent in February Year Over Year

Allegiant Reports Passenger Traffic Increase of 7.0 Per Cent in February Year Over Year

Allegiant Travel Company (NASDAQ: ALGT) on March 6, 2017, reported preliminary passenger traffic results for February 2017.

“February unit revenue came in as expected,” stated Lukas Johnson, SVP, Commercial. “We expect to see March year over year TRASM performance be slightly better than February and are comfortable with maintaining our first quarter TRASM guidance of a year over year decrease between 3.5 and 1.5 percent versus the first quarter of last year.”

Scheduled Service

February 2017

February 2016

Change

Passengers

851,185

795,768

7.0%

Revenue passenger miles (000)

801,502

772,957

3.7%

Available seat miles (000)

982,056

904,103

8.6%

Load factor

81.6%

85.5%

(3.9) pts

Departures

6,419

5,643

13.8%

Average stage length (miles)

911

944

(3.5%)

Total System *

February 2017

February 2016

Change

Passengers

863,806

802,908

7.6%

Revenue passenger miles (000)

817,784

783,200

4.4%

Available seat miles (000)

1,026,229

931,953

10.1%

Load factor

79.7%

84.0%

(4.3) pts

Departures

6,750

5,849

15.4%

Average stage length (miles)

906

940

(3.6%)

*Total system includes scheduled service and fixed fee contract.

SOURCE Allegiant Travel Company

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