The most optimistic U.S. airline prepares for a post-pandemic travel boom
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The most optimistic U.S. airline prepares for a post-pandemic travel boom

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a man wearing a suit and tie sitting in front of a laptop: Greg Anderson, CFO Allegiant Air.


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Greg Anderson, CFO Allegiant Air.

The Covid-19 pandemic hasn’t been easy on any airline, but Allegiant Travel is having a moment. The parent of discount airline Allegiant Air won over analysts earlier this month, posting nearly $46 million in earnings before costs in the fourth quarter, despite a $184 million annual net loss. The company expressed optimism about future bookings, while keeping a lid on expenses.

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