US Airways Offers Glasgow Fares

To introduce new service to Glasgow, Scotland, US Airways is offering
customers special low fares for a limited time only. US Airways begins
nonstop Philadelphia-Glasgow service on May 10, 2004.

Under this sale, tickets must be purchased within 72 hours of booking, no
later than Jan. 26, 2004, with all travel originating May 10-30, 2004. A
minimum Saturday-night stay is required, and a maximum 30-day stay is
allowed. For full information, visit

“Glasgow boasts world-class art collections, architecture, and also
provides a gateway to explore the Scottish countryside,” said Douglas D.
Leo, US Airways vice president-international. “We hope that our customers
will take advantage of these special fares to discover Scotland for

After the initial reservation, cancellations or changes are permitted for
up to 24 hours. After 24 hours, tickets become nonrefundable. If the
entire reservation is canceled on or before the scheduled date of travel,
the ticket will retain its value and can be used toward another
nonrefundable ticket less a $200 US Airways administrative fee, up to one
year after its original issue date. New travel must originate within one
year from the date of issue. Any subsequent changes to the exchanged
ticket will incur at minimum an additional $200 fee. If the reservation is
not canceled on or before the original travel date, the entire ticket will
have no further value.
US Airways is offering an introductory special of triple Dividend Miles
for Envoy and double Dividend Miles for Coach travel between Philadelphia
and Glasgow, May 10, 2004 through July 31, 2004. Members must register
before departure at or by calling 1-800-872-4738 and
entering bonus request 8741.

This offer is applicable on published fares on US Airways nonstop or
direct flights between Philadelphia and Glasgow. It may not be combined
with other flight bonus offers. Retroactive mileage credit will not be
given prior to registration. All Dividend Miles terms and conditions apply.


US Airways is the nation`s seventh-largest airline, serving nearly 200
destinations in the U.S., Canada, Europe, the Caribbean and Latin America.
Its transatlantic service operates primarily from its new international
terminal in Philadelphia, and comprises Amsterdam, Dublin, Frankfurt,
London, Madrid, Manchester, Munich, Paris, Rome and Shannon. For more
information on US Airways schedules and fares, visit