US Airways Expands European and West Coast Flying

US Airways will begin
new nonstop daily seasonal flights to Barcelona and Venice and resume
seasonal flights to Glasgow, Dublin and Shannon in May 2005, with its new
summer schedule. The schedule includes the inauguration of service between Philadelphia and
both Venice on May 9, and Barcelona on May 16, aboard Boeing 767 aircraft
seating 199 passengers.

Additionally, daily seasonal flights to Bermuda from Boston, Charlotte,
N.C., and New York’s LaGuardia Airport will be added to the summer
schedule, using Airbus A319 jets seating 120 passengers. A second daily
Philadelphia- Bermuda flight will be added, complementing the existing
year-round flight. In June, seasonal Orlando-Bermuda Saturday service also
will resume.

New domestic service to be added May 8 includes a fourth daily flight
between Charlotte and Denver, a second daily Charlotte-Seattle flight; a
fourth daily Philadelphia-Denver flight; and a fifth daily
Philadelphia-Los Angeles flight. The airline’s three daily
Philadelphia-Seattle flights will be flown with Airbus A321 jets, seating
169 passengers.

Several other routes will get larger aircraft under the new May schedule.
They include:

* Milwaukee-Charlotte, where three daily flights will be flown on Airbus
A319 jet aircraft and two 70-seat regional jets (RJs); *
Pensacola-Charlotte, where four daily flights will be flown on two Boeing
737-300 jets and two 70-seat RJs; * Toronto-Charlotte, where a fourth
daily flight will be flown using a Boeing 737-300; * Manchester,
N.H.-Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, where three daily flights
will be flown using a Boeing 737-400, a Boeing 737-300 and a 50-seat RJ; *
Toronto-Philadelphia, where six daily flights will be flown by two Boeing
737-300s and four 50-seat RJs.
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