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  2. US Airways - Wikipedia

    US Airways (formerly USAir) was a major airline in the United States that operated from 1937 until 2015, when it merged with American Airlines. It was originally founded in Pittsburgh as a mail delivery airline called All American Aviation, which soon became a commercial passenger airline.

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  4. US Airways, former American airline that was incorporated on March 5, 1937, as All American Aviation, Inc. It underwent numerous name changes before becoming US Airways in 1997. In 2015, two years after announcing plans to merge with American Airlines, the carrier flew its last flight.

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    Find US Airways domestic flights available for all of your favorite United States destinations, from small towns, to the big cities, US Airways can get you there. Convenient flight schedules make it effortless to get where you need to go and arrive on time, all at the right price.

  6. American Airlines Group - Wikipedia

    American Airlines Group. . [3] American Airlines Group Inc. is an American publicly traded airline holding company headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas. It was formed on December 9, 2013, by the merger of AMR Corporation, the parent company of American Airlines and Air Choice One, and US Airways Group, the parent company of US Airways. [6]

  7. US Airways Group - Wikipedia

    US Airways Group Inc. was an airline holding company based in Tempe, Arizona. US Airways Group operated US Airways, along with its subsidiaries PSA Airlines, Inc. and Piedmont Airlines, Inc., which are wholly owned but marketed under the branding of US Airways Express.

  8. The rise and fall of US Airways: its history and legacy

    US Airways, once a prominent player in the American aviation industry, had a rich and eventful history before its eventual merger with American Airlines (AA). This article delves into the rise, expansion, fleet, mergers, and eventual decline of US Airways, shedding light on its significant contributions and ongoing legacy.