LOVELAND, Colo. (AP) – Allegiant Air executives have told local officials the airline plans to suspend its service to the Fort Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport by mid-October.
The Loveland Reporter-Herald reports airport director Jason Licon, Loveland public works director Keith Reester and a Fort Collins city official were told of the airline’s plans in a conference call Monday with Allegiant executives.
The reasons weren’t clear.
The newspaper’s efforts to reach Allegiant officials late Monday for comment were not successful.
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