New Usairways routes


#1

Boston
Manchester (NH) [begins February 11]
Nassau [seasonal; begins February 16]
Punta Cana [seasonal; begins February 16]

Charlotte
Austin [begins May 4] (2 daily cr9s)
Fort Walton Beach [begins April 6] (3 daily crjs)
Gulfport/Biloxi [begins May 4] (3 daily crjs)
Key West [begins March 1] (saturday only e175)
Panama City [begins April 6] (3 daily crjs)
San Antonio [begins May 4](2 daily cr9s)

Philadelphia
Beijing [begins March 25, 2009]
London-Heathrow [begins March 29] ( 1 daily a333)
Vancouver [begins June 3] [seasonal](1 daily a319)

it is off wikipedia but u can find all flights except the bejing flight on the usairways website. If only they could have added a Yvr flight from charlotte too


#2

Your list shows a CLT/YVR flight so it looks like they did add it. Are you talking about a year-round flight?


#3

That Charlotte hub is really growing. How many daily flights is that out of Charlotte?


#4

Panama City, Panama or Panama City, FL?


#5

no its out of Phl look


#6

Panama City, Fl


#7

around 600 daily flights total not sure 543 usairways atm i think. 162 for Usairways when all these routes are done ( including dab not sure if thats in the total. THey just opened a 6 gate addition to concourse E on Feb.6 including 3 new restuarants :slight_smile: .


#8

You’re right - I read too fast and didn’t see the break between PHL and CLT


#9

actually their was no break early i noticed it and put one in after i saw ur comment lol


#10

So breaks are good! Thanks - I was wondering how I could have missed such an obvious break! :open_mouth:


#11

MPTO would be a loooong flight in an RJ. :wink:

Had to get ya, you seem to be an insider who doesn’t miss much.

:smiley:


#12

I don’t see where it says those are all RJ flights.

You could probably fly CLT-MPTO on an E-Jet


#13

iv checked on the usairways website and looked. 8)


#14

iv checked on the usairways website and looked. 8)


#15

Yes, but you didn’t post HERE that they were all RJ flights.

PFN is a good market that a lot of airlines ignore, but what they need is a flight to a northern or western hub, not more flights to southern hubs.


#16

like gso in a way