Published on : Wednesday, July 26, 2017
The spokeswoman of Allegiant Airlines, Krysta Levy profusely apologized for the stranding of more than 200 passengers in Las Vegas, due to the last minute cancellation of the flight to Oklahoma City for the technical faults.
The passengers received an email from the airline authority confirming that they would send them a cheque for $300 within the next seven to ten business days, and if they choose not to re-book with Allegiant the flight will be refunded.
More than 200 passengers who are stranded in the Las Vegas Airport complained that the airline authorities are not taking any measures for the change. The security and the Allegiant desk did not give any proper answers when all these mess would end.
Allegiant Air is a low cost airline operating from Summerlin, Nevada (Las Vegas), offering cheaper flights to the major destinations in USA.
A small handful of passengers were put on a plane to Tulsa, and the other stranded passengers that looked for other airlines found tickets near $1500. The passengers said that the company will need to give another compensatory flight to reach the proper destination or the nearer destinations.
Later Allegiant Air apologized and offered the compensations to the stranded passengers in Las Vegas.
Amanda Stuke, one of the stranded passengers was finally able to talk to a manager at Allegiant Air. She hoped for the reimbursed for the rental cabs and cars and food during her trip home. The agent was refused to change her flight voucher into cash or a cheque to help the cover the total flight cost.