Allegiant and Viva Aerobus have announced plans for a fully-integrated Commercial Alliance Agreement, designed to expand options for nonstop leisure air travel between the United States and Mexico, while lowering fares. The alliance is not only the first such venture for Las Vegas-based Allegiant and Viva Aerobus, but is also first-of-its-kind in the airline industry between two ultra-low cost carriers (ULCCs). Allegiant and Viva Aerobus have submitted a joint application to the US Department of Transportation (DOT) requesting approval of and antitrust immunity for the alliance.  Allegiant will also make an equity investment of $50 million in Viva Aerobus, and Allegiant

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