Court order averts planned Allegiant Air strike

· Apr. 2, 2015, 4:50 pm
Photo: Allegiant Air jets (AP Photo)ASSOCIATED PRESS
In this May 2013 photo, a Southwest airline taxis by parked Allegiant Air jetliners at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas. 

Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air asked the court to block the strike. It argued it did not have enough replacement crews to fly its full schedule and 33,000 travelers could be stranded on the Easter holiday weekend.

The judge issued a temporary restraining order. The union had planned to begin the strike Thursday and says it will comply with the court order.

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