Airports Do the Low-Cost Airline Tango

by Sean Beherec  on Monday, Apr. 27, 2015 12:00 am   5 min read

Clinton National Airport’s Ron Mathieu and T.J. Williams worked to expand Allegiant’s offerings and continue to court other airlines. (Jason Burt)

While the average cost of domestic plane fares is expected to decline this summer by about $2 because of the low cost of oil, passengers continue to seek out low-cost carriers offering steeper discounts for fewer frills.

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