US Airways Increases Flights and Seat Capacity

US Airways will add six
daily roundtrip flights and operate larger aircraft to and from the
Greensboro/High Point Regional Airport from Oct. 10-15, and Oct. 17-21,
2004, to accommodate passengers attending the annual International Home
Furnishings Market in High Point, N.C.
US Airways will add two daily 50-seat regional jet (RJ) flights to
Greensboro from both New York (LaGuardia) and Pittsburgh, as well as one
additional 50-seat RJ flight from Ronald Reagan Washington National
Airport.

From Charlotte, N.C., US Airways will upgrade two 50-seat RJs and one 126-
seat Boeing 737-300 aircraft to 144-seat Boeing 737-400 service,
increasing capacity by 188 seats each way. Between Philadelphia and
Greensboro, US Airways will upgrade one RJ to 737-300 service, as well as
add a daily 50-seat RJ roundtrip, a total increase in capacity of 126
seats on the route.

US Airways currently operates 38 daily flights from Greensboro, including
four-times daily service to Boston and Baltimore/Washington (BWI), five
daily flights to Pittsburgh and Reagan Washington National, six daily
flights to Philadelphia and New York, and eight-times daily service to
Charlotte.
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