16 MAY 2011

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Article from BTNews 16 MAY 2011

Dublin to Charlotte and Philadelphia

US Airways, not a high profile operator in Europe, has introduced a daily summer service between its major US hub at Charlotte, North Carolina, and Dublin.  The two-class Boeing 757 operation complements the airline’s all year round flights from the Irish capital to the airline’s international gateway at Philadelphia.

Now essentially the very successful America West Airlines, rebranded, and based at Tempe, Arizona, US Airways is the sixth largest American carrier with a fleet of 341 aircraft including Airbus, Boeing and Embraer 190 series.  The airline is a member of the Star Alliance.

US Airways is one of the few operators to offer both Gatwick and Heathrow, with a daily service from the major London airport to Philadelphia, and with also a single flight every day, from the south London operation to Charlotte.  British Airways supplies competition to Philadelphia but for Charlotte it has the route to itself. www.usairways.com

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