Have you checked?
Wasn't there yesterday - will check again. Wanted to know because Allegiant goes for super high density rigid back seating and -- well - you never know.
I go to some lengths to avoid ANY 757 on ANY flight of more than an hour.
"I go to some lengths to avoid ANY 757 on ANY flight of more than an hour."
I can't imagine there are too many routes on a 757 less than one hour.
Allegiant has the seat map when going thru the booking process.
I checked a couple dates on this LAS-HNL route. Allegiant offers a nonstop flight, I pick an exit row seat, buy a carry-on and priority boarding for $258 each way. Alaska and Delta were the nearest in cost at $345 each way for 1 stop flights.
Allegiant to Hawaii? Who'd a thought?
We took Allegiant from Fresno to Honolulu. The rigid back seats were unbelieveable on a flight for that length. I can't imagine that they will be able to keep that route going once folks go home and talk about the torture chamber.
So your saying they don't recline?
Mike in Tulsa
All I can say about ALLEGIANT is you get what you pay for. We just flew to Eugene from LAX on a discount fare only to realize that they have such high baggage fees for even carry-on. The oter thing everyone should be concerned with is that Allegiant will split families and couples up on their seating on the return legs when you log-in online. The end result is they get more money out of you when you are forced to select different seats to sit together; average $10-$12 per change. This was confirmed to me by a ticket agent as a standard ploy by Allegiant and that they hear numerous complaints. As a point of notice the plane was not full by any means and there were numerous options avaialable to do the right thing. Seats are definitely uncomfortable and not practicle for anything over 90-minutes.
Gridironcoach....Why did you book with Allegiant if you didn't like the baggage fees or the seat fees? When you booked your ticket they made it perfectly clear that there is a fee for baggage and carryons. I lfy them often so I know the reservation system tells you the fees in advance.
Does Allegiant have any interline agreements? Since they don't have a lot of planes if your flight has issues you are pretty much stuck I would think.