Corporate officials at Allegiant Air are firing back against a ’60 Minutes’ report that showed the airline was “three and a half times more likely to have a midair breakdown than Delta, United, American, Spirit, or JetBlue.”

The CBS investigation found more than 100 incidents -including mechanical incidents, aborted takeoffs, rapid descents, flight control malfunctions and midair engine failures- occurred in just a 22 month span in 2016 and 2017.

Captain Eric Gust, the vice president of operations at Allegiant, said in a prepared statement that “60 Minutes” aired a “false narrative about Allegiant and the FAA.”

The news comes just days after Allegiant set passenger records at Punta Gorda Airport.