February operating results for Las Vegas taxi companies provided ammunition for both sides in the ongoing debate about the condition of the industry.
February was a hot month for Las Vegas tourism.
Allegiant Travel Co. continued its aggressive growth in March but projected it will slow as the year goes on.
Allegiant Travel Co. Chairman and CEO Maurice Gallagher formally voiced his opposition Monday to U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer’s request that carry-on bag fees be included in the up-front price of a plane ticket.
Culminating more than a year of planning, Allegiant Travel Co. will launch its first scheduled flight over an ocean on June 29, when it begins its Las Vegas to Honolulu route.
With more than 200 drivers waving “No more cabs!” signs on red, white and blue paper, the Nevada Taxicab Authority on Monday rejected several companies’ requests for temporary permits to cover a major event — the second such rejection in recent weeks.
Conventions scheduled for the Las Vegas area this week:
Allegiant Travel Co., which is already battling the U.S. Department of Transportation in court over how airfares are displayed, may face a new front.
For visitors who think walking from Luxor to Excalibur is a little too, well, pedestrian, MGM Resorts International has come up its own version of rapid transit.
Sen. Harry Reid, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar held a private session Wednesday with Southern Nevada leaders on ways to boost tourism.
Airline passengers may groan at yet another airline fee — in this case, Allegiant Travel Co.’s new charge to place bags in overhead bins — but Wall Street unabashedly applauds.
Always seeking new ways to squeeze revenue out of passengers, Allegiant Travel Co. has decided to charge passengers as much as $35 to store a bag in an overhead bin.
DALLAS — Southwest Airlines Co. says it’s raising ticket prices to offset the high cost of jet fuel, and several other big airlines are following its lead.
The annual Visitor Profile Study shows that tourists’ spending on things besides gambling went up in 2011, continuing an upward trend that began taking shape in 2010. But the money tourists told researchers they budgeted for gambling declined when compared with 2010.