The biggest obstacle to Allegiant, the parent company of AirBnb, is the customer service department.
The company, based in Atlanta, has a sprawling network of customer service centers across the country, and many of those are located in small towns, especially those with a low population density.
When Allegiant first opened in 2004, it had one of the lowest customer service scores in the industry, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
It now has more than 20,000 customers and has racked up $6.2 billion in revenue.
To make matters worse, the company is still struggling with the aftermath of Hurricane Irene.
While the company was recovering from the storm, its customer service staff was understaffed.
In the weeks and months after the storm and its aftermath, Allegiant said it would need to hire more employees and increase the pace of its efforts to reach its goal of having more than 30,000 employees by the end of next year.
The problems were so bad that the company took out a $10 million loan to help it pay its bills and was forced to cut nearly 700 jobs, including nearly a third of its workforce.
While Allegiant has struggled to regain customer trust, the situation is not new for the company.
According to the BLS, in the three years after the 2007 hurricane, its employee-friendliness rate declined by a mere 2 percent.
That same year, its overall customer service ratings dropped by 9 percent.
Allegiant is also facing challenges with its own business.
It has been under fire for its customer-service practices since the storm.
The New York Times reported that Allegiant and its other airlines, including United, American and Delta, had a policy of refusing to accept a customer who did not have a photo ID.
The Times also reported that some airlines had to issue customers a credit card verification code after they failed to show up to their appointments or even to the airline’s offices.
The complaints led to an overhaul of the company’s customer-services procedures, including a $30 million restructuring plan that was supposed to cut the company back to a lower level of service.
But the company has continued to struggle with the problems with its customer services, including its low customer-satisfaction rates and the lack of communication between the customer and the customer- service staff.
Allegiance has said that it has had more than 100,000 cancellations and declined more than $1 billion in bookings since the disaster.
Allegiances customer service complaints department, the largest in the United States, has been the subject of an ongoing internal investigation by the company and has been asked to conduct a thorough review of its customer support efforts.
That investigation was launched in June and is still ongoing, according the company, but the company said it has already reached the conclusion that the department failed to meet its responsibilities.
The department has not publicly acknowledged the findings of its investigation.
Allegant has not released a statement or a response to the report.
In response to a query from The Wall St. Journal, Allegiance sent a written statement to The WSJ saying it is “deeply concerned” about the findings.
“The customer service experience is a critical part of our business,” it said.
Allegiant also noted that it is also looking to hire another team member to work in the customer care department. “
As we work through these difficult times, we know that our commitment to providing excellent customer service to our loyal and loyal customers will be the foundation for the continued success of our company and its customers.”
Allegiant also noted that it is also looking to hire another team member to work in the customer care department.
Allegheny County District Attorney Steve Fong, who is also the chairman of the Allegheny Regional Chamber of Commerce, said that he was “appalled” by Allegiants actions.
“I’ve been hearing from constituents about Allegiant since the first day I went in office and they said, ‘How can you keep doing this?
“They have to stop treating us like they’re the ones who’re doing bad things,” he said. “
In a statement, Allegant said that “the company is committed to hiring a senior employee to oversee the customer response team in Allegiant customer support.” “
They have to stop treating us like they’re the ones who’re doing bad things,” he said.
In a statement, Allegant said that “the company is committed to hiring a senior employee to oversee the customer response team in Allegiant customer support.”
Allegiance also said that its business practices have improved in recent years and that it “will continue to make improvements in our customer service.”
Allegheny, Pennsylvania-based Allegiant announced in April that it would close a factory in Erie, Pennsylvania, where it had been building its fleet of planes.
The factory was due to be shuttered by the spring and will be replaced by a facility in the nearby town of Wixom, which Allegiant bought for $5.3 billion in 2009.
Allegants plans to use the factory to build planes