Following the launch of the new service, American Airlines and US Airways will serve 127 destinations in 25 countries from Philadelphia.
American Airlines and US Airways announce the addition of new regional service in June from Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) to Yeager Airport (CRW) in Charleston, W.Va., Blue Grass Airport (LEX) in Lexington, Ky., and Memphis International Airport (MEM) in Memphis, Tenn., adding three new routes to the airline’s network.
Customers may book the new flights and other distribution channels starting March 8 for travel beginning June 5. Following the launch of the new service, American Airlines and US Airways will serve 127 destinations in 25 countries from Philadelphia.
We’re thrilled to announce new non-stop service from our Philadelphia hub to three key cities in Kentucky, Tennessee and West Virginia, highlighting American’s ongoing commitment to the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection,said Joe Taney, vice president, Philadelphia Operation.Today’s news gives our customers even more choices and adds to more than 120 non-stop destinations we currently serve from our international gateway at PHL.
US Airways Express service between Philadelphia and Charleston will be operated once daily (except Saturday) by regional partner Piedmont Airlines with a Bombardier Dash 8 aircraft on the following schedule.
US Airways Express service between Philadelphia and Lexington will be operated three times per day by regional partner Air Wisconsin with a Bombardier CRJ-200 aircraft on the following schedule.
American Airlines and US Airways Come Together at Miami International Airport on March 12
In the next step to co-locate operations across the combined network, American Airlines Group Inc. announced that US Airways will join American Airlines’ operation at Miami International Airport’s North Terminal, Concourse D on Wednesday, March 12. After its last departure the night of Tuesday, March 11, US Airways will end operations at the South Terminal, Concourse J. The move will help facilitate a more seamless experience for customers starting or ending their travels in Miami or connecting on flights at the airline’s hub.
All US Airways ticketing and check-in, baggage services and customer service operations will begin working out of Concourse D the morning of March 12. US Airways ticketing and check-in counters will be located on Level 2, conveniently located next to American’s ticketing and check-in location. US Airways flights will operate out of gates in nearby Concourse E, with easy access to connecting flights on American Airlines in both the D and E Concourses.
With the move, US Airways Club members will now have more convenient access to two American Airlines Admirals Club lounges at Miami International Airport in Concourse D. For more information about American’s Admirals Club lounges,Eligible US Airways customers departing from Concourse E can also access American’s Premium Lounge with Iberia and British Airways, located in Concourse E just beyond the security checkpoint on the fifth floor.
In preparation for operations out of the North Terminal, Concourse D and E on March 12, the following US Airways incoming flights will arrive at Concourse E the evening of March 11:
All US Airways flights leaving Miami will depart from the South Terminal, Concourse J on March 11.