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  2. US Airways Express - Wikipedia

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    US Airways Express was the brand name for the regional affiliate of US Airways, under which a number of individually owned commuter air carriers and regional airlines operate short and medium haul routes. This code sharing service was previously operated as USAir Express. Mainline carriers often outsource to regional airlines to operate services in order to increase frequency, serve routes that would not sustain larger aircraft, or for other competitive reasons.

  3. List of US Airways Express destinations - Wikipedia

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    List of US Airways Express destinations. Below is a list of destinations served by the carriers under the banner of US Airways Express: Air Wisconsin, Mesa Airlines, Piedmont Airlines, PSA Airlines, Republic Airlines, and Trans States Airlines .

  4. US Airways Flights: Book US Airways Reservations on Flights.com

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    US Airways Reservations. If you were to search online for US Airways information, you would be directed to the American Airlines webpage. In October of 2015, the two carriers merged to form the world’s largest airline. All US Airways flights halted at that time and passengers holding tickets for future flights had their airfare honored by the parent company, American Airlines.

  5. US Airways Express Fleet Details and History - Planespotters.net

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    US Airways Express; IATA US: ICAO-Callsign-Country: United States: Started Operations: 27 Feb 1997: Ceased operations: 9 Dec 2013 American Eagle (AA) Group / Part of: US Airways Group

  6. US Airways Express - PSA Airlines route map

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    US Airways. International routes; Routes within North America from Charlotte; Routes within North America from Philadelphia; Routes within North America from Phoenix; Routes within North America from Washington Reagan; US Airways Express US Airways Express - Piedmont Airlines. Routes to Eastern USA; Routes to Western USA; Other airlines within US Airways Express

  7. US Airways was a major US airline that ceased to exist in October 2015 after merging with American Airlines. US Airways operated an extensive international and domestic network with over 193 destinations in 24 countries in North America, South America, Europe and the Middle East. US Airways was an affiliate member of Oneworld.

  8. Air Midwest Flight 5481 - Wikipedia

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    Air Midwest Flight 5481 was a Beechcraft 1900D on a regularly scheduled passenger flight from Charlotte Douglas International Airport in Charlotte, North Carolina, to Greenville–Spartanburg International Airport in Greer, South Carolina. On the morning of January 8, 2003, the Beechcraft stalled while departing Charlotte Douglas International Airport and crashed into an aircraft hangar, killing all 21 passengers and crew aboard and injuring one person on the ground.

  9. CCAir - Wikipedia

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    In the mid-90s code-sharing partner US Airways directed CCAir to begin the acquisition of DeHavilland Canada Dash 8 aircraft. Under Mesa ownership. In 1999, Mesa Air Group acquired CCAir. Under Mesa CEO Jonathan Ornstein, CCAir and Mesa were operated as separate airlines.

  10. US Airways - Wikipedia

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    US Airways Express carriers operated a large number of domestic routes, primarily into US Airways' hubs and focus cities, but with some exceptions, particularly small markets where the regional express carriers operated service under the EAS program, as well as some point-to-point commuter routes in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions and south through the Carolinas.

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