Allegiant, a Las Vegas-based airline is offering free flights to families of the victims of the mass shooting there.
“Las Vegas is Allegiant’s hometown, and on this tragic day we are heartbroken but gratified to see the world rally around our community with so much support and love,” the airline posted on Facebook. “Since day one of our operations, we have flown millions of people to and from this great city — both visitors and those who call Las Vegas home.”
The airline wants anyone affected by the tragedy who needs help getting to or from Las Vegas to write to them at email@example.com. It’s also been reported that they’re allowing travelers in Vegas to change travel plans without a fee.
And the night of the shooting, their maintenance staff helped 30 people who escaped the concert. They helped them get cleaned up, gave them a change of clothes, a place to charge phones and connected them to loved ones. Now that’s how you step up and help people in a tragedy!