US Airways Increases Flights on Five Philadelphia Routes

US Airways will increase the number of flights it operates between
Philadelphia and Chicago-O’Hare, Las Vegas, Orlando, Fla., Phoenix and
Providence, R.I., beginning May 2, 2004.
US Airways currently operates nine daily Philadelphia-Orlando roundtrip
flights, and will add one daily roundtrip. On the Philadelphia-Las Vegas
and Philadelphia-Phoenix routes, US Airways will also add one frequency,
operating six flights to Las Vegas and four to Phoenix.

Additionally, two daily flights will be added between Philadelphia and
Chicago-O’Hare, for a total of eight daily roundtrip flights.
Philadelphia- Providence service will also increase by two daily flights,
for a new total of seven daily frequencies.

“US Airways employees are prepared to compete vigorously in Philadelphia,
and these service additions—along with competitive pricing, great
airport facilities, first class cabins, assigned seating, a broad array of
U.S. and international service, and an outstanding frequent flyer program
—are just some of the ways we intend to maintain our leading position,”
said B. Ben Baldanza, US Airways senior vice president of marketing and
planning.

US Airways and the US Airways Express carriers operate 383 daily
departures from Philadelphia International Airport to 105 destinations in
the U.S. and Canada, 20 destinations in the Caribbean and Latin America,
and ten destinations in Europe. Nonstop Philadelphia-Glasgow service
begins May 10, 2004. For more information on US Airways schedules and
fares, visit usairways.com.
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