As airlines continue to trim their schedules, Orlando, Fla., and Las Vegas are both facing substantial reductions in air service. According to an airline-schedule data firm, there are 13% fewer flights to both destinations this year compared with last year. Furthermore, US Airways is planning to cut its service to Las Vegas by 20%. "What you're seeing in Las Vegas and other leisure markets like Orlando is a kind of mild panic setting in, because all of a sudden airline seats are evaporating," said M. Ponder Harrison, managing director for marketing at Allegiant Air.

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