USA 3000 Airlines (Philadelphia) is set to operate its last Airbus A320 flight on January 30.
Update: As planned, the last flight was operated on January 30, 2012 between Cancun and St. Louis. The airline had two Airbus A320s at the end.
In November 2011, parent Apple Vacations decided to dissolve USA 3000 Airlines. Apple Vacations will now use other carriers such as Frontier Airlines (2nd) (Denver) to fly its customers to the Caribbean.
USA 3000 has been gradually dropping the cities it serves. It is currently operating five Airbus A320s from St. Louis, Chicago (O’Hare), Cincinnati, Cleveland and Pittsburgh to vacation destinations in Florida, Mexico and the Caribbean region for Apple Vacations.
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USA 3000 Airlines (Philadelphia) will restore three routes in the spring. St. Louis-Fort Myers will be restored on May 27. Philadelphia-Bermuda and Baltimore/Washington-Bermuda will be restored on June 13.
USA 3000 Airlines (Philadelphia), which suspended service at Detroit in April, has announced its return to DTW. Flights to Cancun, Mexico and Ft. Myers, will restart on November 21, 2009. Service to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, begins again on November 29. USA3000 will also add flights on selected days this winter to Montego Bay, and Puerto Vallarta.
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