Delta Air Lines (Atlanta) continues to add feeder spoke routes to its growing Seattle-Tacoma International Airport hub. The carrier will start Delta Connection Bombardier CRJ700 regional jet service from SEA to the Tri-Cities Airport (PSC) serving the Pasco, Washington area. The new daily route will start on November 1 per Airline Route.
American Airlines (Dallas/Fort Worth), together with US Airways (Dallas/Fort Worth and Phoenix), today announced the addition of eight new domestic routes from its hubs in Charlotte, Chicago (O’Hare), Dallas/Fort Worth, Philadelphia and Phoenix, providing customers increased access to the combined airline’s global network. Scheduled to launch this fall, the new routes include service to five destinations in the Midwest, including Bismarck, North Dakota, a new destination for the combined carrier.
Beginning September 3, 2014, customers in Grand Rapids, Michigan (GRR) will have access to twice-daily nonstop regional service to both Charlotte and Philadelphia. These routes will be operated as US Airways Express with Bombardier CRJs.
The remaining routes will launch on October 2 and include service between:
Charlotte and Evansville, Indiana (EVV), operated three times per day as US Airways Express with a Bombardier CRJ
Charlotte and Fort Wayne, Indiana (FWA), operated daily as US Airways Express with a Bombardier CRJ
Chicago (O’Hare) and Bismarck (BIS), operated daily as American Eagle with an Embraer ERJ 145
Dallas/Fort Worth and Bismarck, operated daily as American Eagle with an Embraer ERJ 145
Philadelphia and Fort Wayne, Indiana, operated twice-daily as US Airways Express with a Bombardier CRJ
Phoenix and Cleveland (CLE), operated daily by US Airways with an Airbus A320
Copyright Photo: Jay Selman/AirlinersGallery.com. PSA Airlines’ (2nd) Bombardier CRJ700 (CL-600-2C10) N703PS (msn 10137) arrives back at the Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) hub.
Video: US Airways continues to repaint its fleet in the new American livery: