| We provided this complaint into the Airline’s email complaint system, then posted letters to the CEO of Allegiant and the Washington State Department of Health. We then submitted an official complaint to the FAA. Three days later, we have yet to receive a response. So much for government accountability! Allegiant Flight 582 on May 24, 2020 from Mesa, AZ to Pasco, WA Regarding the subject flight, we were very concerned about the crowded conditions on the subject plane. Most rows had every seat taken. In our row the middle seat was taken by an individual who was not a family member and not wearing a mask. My wife, Marjorie and I are also a member of a vulnerable group, age 70 and above. There was never any opportunity given to us to request to be seated in a row that complied with social distance guidelines. We wore masks and gloves for the entire flight, but wonder if these measures were sufficient given the crowded conditions in your plane. I might remind you that New York subways had high death rates when train were crowded with passengers. There were a number of children who were crying almost the entire flight. The flight attendant did give a bottle of water to one of the infants, and that seem to calm that child down. What other measures might have been taken like giving some candy? Upon boarding your plane, we were given a package containing a mask, gloves and Sani wipes but there was no requirement to use them. We noted that the next flight announced boarding before we even reached the luggage area. I conclude that the plane could not have been completely cleaned by the airline personnel! Thinking back on our flight, boarding was started 10 or 15-minutes after the last passenger debarked! I conclude that both flights (and most likely all flights made by that plane on that day) could not have been properly cleaned. Was it your plan to leave up to passengers to clean their own areas? If so, this deficiency should have been announced to all passengers. We were not traveling for pleasure, instead travel for us was essential as we were attending the funeral of my father who died at an age of 95.