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US Airways Vacations Continues Business as Usual

US Airways Vacations(R) will
continue business as usual during US Airways’ reorganization initiatives
announced Sunday, Sept. 12, 2004. US Airways Vacations, operated by The
Mark Travel Corporation, is not a part of US Airways’ filing for Chapter
11 protection under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.All US Airways Vacations reservations will be honored as usual, and all
regular refund and exchange policies apply. US Airways’ customer programs,
such as Dividend Miles, remain unaffected and US Airways Vacations
passengers will continue to accrue miles on the air portion of their
vacation packages.

US Airways Vacations’ commitment to excellent customer service remains our
priority. Travelers will notice no changes to US Airways’ flight
operations or customer service programs.

“We are fully supportive of US Airways’ plans to reorganize,” said Kris
Potter, vice president and general manager of US Airways Vacations. “This
is a positive step to returning the airline to profitability and ensuring
their future. We have maintained a strong marketing relationship with US
Airways for the past 11 years, and we look forward to providing memorable
vacations together for many years to come.”

The Mark Travel Corporation (TMTC), an industry leader, is comprised of 16
nationally recognized vacation companies including leading airlines and
hotels. TMTC is affiliated with United States Tour Operators Association
(USTOA); $1 Million Consumer Plan American Society of Travel Agents
(ASTA); listed with ASTA’s Tour Operators Program (TOP); Travel Industry
Association of America (TIA).

“TMTC is fully committed to US Airways Vacations and will continue to
provide the best possible vacation experience to our customers,” Potter


For the past several months, US Airways has pursued their Transformation
Plan to position the company for a successful future. Efforts include
offering better service, more flights and low fares.

—US Airways continues to expand GoFares, which provide lower, simpler
fares without compromising amenities like seat assignments, first class
cabins and airport clubs.—Enhancements to as well as
airport technology improvements will make traveling even easier.—Strong
positions in Boston, Charlotte, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington
D.C., allow US Airways to offer even more service to popular business and
leisure destinations, and with its new international gateway in Fort
Lauderdale, the airline’s Caribbean and Latin America expansion continues
—offering even more choices for customers.

Further information about the reorganization can be obtained by visiting
US Airways’ dedicated restructuring web site at .