Allegiant Air parent Allegiant Travel Co. posted its 49th consecutive profitable quarter in the three months ended March 31, but the company’s labor dispute with its pilots has cast a shadow over its financial success. The flight deck crew, represented by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, has been prevented from striking by a US federal judge’s temporary restraining order. Both management and pilots are awaiting the judge’s ruling, expected within in the next ...

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