US Airways (American Airlines) (Phoenix) will resume passenger service to Watertown, New York on May 8. US Airways Express service was last operated in April 2007 from and to Pittsburgh. This time, US Airways Express (soon American Eagle) 50-seat CRJ200s will be operated to and from the Philadelphia hub with two flights a day.
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US Airways (Phoenix) today (June 24) resumes daily nonstop flights from its largest hub at Charlotte Douglas International Airport to Baton Rouge, LA after a seven-year hiatus.
Baton Rouge is the second domestic destination to return to service this year from US Airways’ Charlotte hub; service to Melbourne, FL resumed on February 11 after a 12-year hiatus. Since May 13, the airline has added new nonstop service to Rome, Ottawa, Puerto Vallarta and Los Cabos from Charlotte. Last December, the airline began its first-ever service to South America with daily nonstop flights to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from its Charlotte hub.
Wholly owned US Airways Express carrier PSA Airlines will operate three roundtrip flights a day with 50-seat CRJ200 regional jets.
Copyright Photo: Bruce Drum. PSA’s Bombardier CRJ200 (CL-600-2B19) N241PS (msn 7909) taxies to the runway at Charlotte.