NEW YORK— Allegiant Travel said Wednesday that President and Chief Operating Officer Andrew Levy resigned his executive roles and will step down from the board of directors. He has been with the company for 13 years, and has been president of Allegiant since 2009. Allegiant said Chairman and CEO Maurice Gallagher Jr. will share Levy's duties with executive...» Read More
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