TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT-TV) After a year and a half, Allegiant Airlines is ending its service from Twin Falls to Las Vegas.
Andrew Levy, President of Allegiant cited 'due to lack of market demand' as a reason to cancel the service.
The carrier's last day will be January 1st.
Allegiant officials say any customer with a reservation past that date will be contacted for a full refund.
We spoke to Magic Valley Airport Manager Bill Carberry who says after the seasonal cutbacks this fall, advance sales didn't look promising.
Carberry says, "I was very disappointed to hear they'd be leaving the market...people started filling up the planes, taking advantage of the flights. But I think the problem was the ticket prices. As costs have been going up with fuel and other areas in the airline business, as ticket prices started to creep up, we weren't seeing people respond to that. And the profits weren't there right now."
Sky West still remains at Magic Valley Regional Airport.
The airline offers three daily flights to Salt Lake City as a Delta connection.