Allegiant Air will leave Long Beach Airport for the last time on November 28, because it will end its sole route between Long Beach and Las Vegas.
Passengers who have tickets for flight after November 28 will be contacted and returned the money of the purchase, said Kristine Shattuck-Cooper.
Allegiant had recently increased the service between both cities and previously announced it would expand to 12 flights a week to Las Vegas. But instead, the airline decided to quit the service on a business decision.
Allegiant Air had been at Long Beach since 2010 and previously all the other routes had ended earlier. The Las Vegas route was the only one that remained on service.
Long Beach Airport said that it will be looking for new airlines to take in the three flight slots opened by Allegiant’s departure.