US Airways

US Airways is one of America’s most prominent airlines, offering an extensive network of routes domestically and internationally, with flights serving 193 destinations in 24 countries. US Airlines, which is a member of the oneworld group, operates over 3000 flights on a daily basis to North and South America, the Middle East and Europe. In 2013, the airline was merged with American Airlines.

US Airways began as a small airmail company called All American Aviation Inc. in 1947, but switched to providing passenger services two years later and subsequently rebranded under the name Allegheny Airlines, although the US Airways name didn’t emerge until the mid-1990s. US Airways now operates 287 Airbus aircraft - the largest fleet in the world – and an additional 44 Boeing and Embraer planes.

As part of its merger with American Airlines, US Airways is overhauling its aircraft to offer redesigned cabins, free in-flight entertainment and the largest number of planes equipped with WiFi in the world.

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US Airways flys to:
Auckland, Amsterdam, Stockholm - Arlanda, Boston, Paris - Ch. De Gaulle, Cancun, Denver - International, Dallas/Fort Worth, Newark - Newark, Roma (Rome) - Fiumicino, Frankfurt, Guadalajara, Glasgow, Hong Kong, Honolulu, Washington - Dulles, Incheon - Incheon Intl, New York - John F Kennedy International, Osaka - Kansai International, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, London - Heathrow, Manchester, Orlando, Mexico City, Miami, Munich, Tokyo - Narita, Chicago - OHare, Oslo, Portland, Beijing (Peking), Shanghai, San Diego, Seattle, San Francisco, Singapore, San Jose del Cabo - Los Cabos, St. Louis, Vancouver, Toronto

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UAE says surprised by US laptop ban but will cooperate - Zawya
The restrictions has prompted speculations that the move, enacted by President Donald Trump's administration, is to protect U.S. airlines by stifling the growth of the Gulf carriers and Turkish Airlines, a theory dismissed by U.S. officials and many ...
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Hey, Companies Looking for Space — Struggling US Airports Have Lots of It - Skift
Changes in the airline industry in the 2000s created a lot of excess airport capacity in certain places. Since the year 2000, TWA, America West Airlines, US Airways, Continental Airlines, AirTran Airways and Northwest Airlines all disappeared via ...
Three reasons why US airlines are not losing your luggage as often - Bloomington Pantagraph
Industrywide, U.S. airlines mishandled 2.7 bags per 1,000 customers last year, beating the previous record of 3.09 from 2012. Compared to a decade ago, U.S. airlines are mishandling 60 percent fewer bags while serving slightly more passengers.
Laptop ban 'mystery': Why did the US and UK choose different countries - NBC2 News
Four countries included in the U.S. list -- the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait and Morocco -- are absent from the U.K. restrictions. The difference is ";a mystery,"; said Tim Clark, the president of Emirates Airline, who adds that its security ...
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Donald Trump Just Gave European Airlines a Huge Gift - Madison.com
Last week, the U.S. government declared that passengers on flights to the U.S. from 10 airports in Muslim-majority countries would no longer be allowed to bring larger electronic devices like laptops and tablets on board. Government officials said that ...
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