CLEVELAND - Low-cost carrier Allegiant Air says its temporarily cutting the number of destinations it serves from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
A spokesman for the discount airline says the reductions are temporary, while they transition to a new fleet of planes.
Gone? Service to Fort Lauderdale and Destin, Florida; Austin, Texas, New Orleans, Phoenix and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
And Cleveland is not the only city affected by these equipment issues. Back In June, Allegiant was forced to cancel dozens of flights to and from Florida and Vegas because of aircraft shortages.
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