Allegiant Travel has posted a drop in its net income for the year owing to high oil prices, which also led the airline to cut flight schedules for the second quarter. Net income for the year dropped 13.9% to $65.7 million, or $3.32 per diluted share, even though revenues rose 18.9% to $663.6 million. Its jet fuel bills rose 47%, more than double the rate of any other cost category due to a combination of rising prices, increased flying and because Allegiant operate an MD fleet. The fourth-quarter earnings of $20.9 million, or 64 cents per share, marked a 17.5%

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