Allegiant Airlines has specific policies regarding seating, checking in, and boarding. Here's a summary of these policies:
Allegiant Airlines offers assigned seating on all flights.
Passengers can choose their seats during the booking process or after the booking by visiting the "Manage Travel" section on the airline's website.
Standard seats are available for purchase, and passengers can also choose to upgrade to Priority Boarding or Stretch Seating for an additional fee.
The airline offers a "Buy One, Get One Free" option for families traveling with children under two years of age, where one adult can get a free seat for the child.
Passengers can check in for their Allegiant Airlines flights online, via the airline's mobile app, or at the airport.
Online and mobile check-in can be done between 24 hours and one hour before the scheduled departure time.
Passengers whom check in online or via the mobile app can print their boarding pass or have it sent to their mobile device.
Passengers whom check in at the airport can use the self-service kiosks or check-in counters.
Allegiant Airlines boards passengers in groups, based on the passengers' seat assignments and boarding priorities.
The boarding process starts 30 minutes before the scheduled departure time and ends 10 minutes before the departure time.
Passengers who purchased Priority Boarding or Stretch Seating will have priority boarding.
Passengers who require special assistance, such as those with disabilities or traveling with children, will be allowed to board first.
Passengers should be at the gate and ready to board at least 30 minutes before the scheduled departure time.
It's important to note that Allegiant Airlines may modify its seating, checking-in, and boarding policies, so passengers should always check the airline's website for the most up-to-date information before their flights.
Yes, Allegiant Airlines requires passengers to sit in their assigned seats.
If your seat is assigned at the gate, it indicates that Allegiant did not assign you a seat when you checked in for your trip, and you will be assigned a seat by the gate agent at the airport.
You can check in for your Allegiant flight up to 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.
If you don't check in 24 hours before your trip, you risk losing your seat assignment and having to wait till the airport to be assigned a seat.
You can request a seat change at check-in, but it is not assured that a different seat will be available, especially if the flight is full.