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Allegiant: Fees Waived for Military Members and Their Families

On Thursday, Allegiant Air announced that it will be waiving its usual fees on baggage, boarding passes and seating for members of the United States military with valid military identification. The program, known as “Allegiant Honors,” will also apply to active duty military members, veterans, National Guard members and those on military reserve members, as well as spouses and dependents of military personnel.

“All of us at Allegiant take great pride in supporting the brave men and women who serve our country every day,” said Allegiant CEO Maurice Gallagher. “The Allegiant Honors program extends our thanks by making it a little easier for active members of the military, veterans and their families to travel.”

To read more on this story, go to USA Today.

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dvs7310 May 27, 2017

Not that I would ever fly Allegiant, but how does one prove they are a veteran?