US Airways

US Airways is the fifth largest airline in the USA. An affiliate of the Star Alliance, the airline has a fleet of 353 mainline jet aircraft and 319 regional jet and turbo-prop aircraft connecting two hundred destinations in North America, Central America, the Caribbean, Hawaii, Europe and the Middle East. As of December 2008, US Airways, located in Tempe, Arizona, employs 33,765 folk worldwide and operates 3,130 daily flights ( 1,312 US Airways Mainline, 1,818 US Airways Express as of December 2008 ).

US Airways Airfares on Sale

US Airways Airfares on Sale

View All US Airways Flights on Sale

US Airways flys to:
Auckland, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Boston, Paris, Cancun, Denver, Dallas Fort Worth, Newark - Newark, Rome, Frankfurt, Guadalajara, Glasgow, Hong Kong, Honolulu, Washington DC, Seoul, New York - John F Kennedy International, Osaka, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, London - Heathrow, Manchester, Orlando, Mexico City, Miami, Munich, Tokyo, Chicago, Oslo, Portland, Beijing, Shanghai, San Diego, Seattle, San Francisco, Singapore, San Jose Del Cabo, St Louis, Vancouver, Toronto, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth

What people are saying about us airways right now:

Cuba travel warning won't stop airlines from vying for more flights to the island - Chicago Tribune
A warning from the U.S. government about traveling to Cuba does not appear to have quelled Cuban expansion plans for airlines such as United Airlines and American Airlines. Above, passengers arrive in Cienfuegos, Cuba, on an American Airlines flight ...
Twitter: From user 'Ronald Leon'
Yes, he was flying an Airbus 1429(US Airways) which had a staggering 155 people aboard:) #jeez #legend #hatsoff
Twitter: From user 'British Airways'
@babydonutx We're really concerned to read your message, Titus. Can you let us know your flight number? We'd like to feed this back. ^DaniH
Twitter: From user 'British Airways'
@freemanawuah We'll need your booking reference, full address and phone number to do this. You can DM us this information. 2/2 ^DaniH
How US airlines are deceiving you about their foreign competitors - Washington Examiner
While Boeing tries to protect its home market by calling for trade barriers, that same company should be worried about U.S. airlines building up a protectionist wall that would eventually keep some of Boeing's best clients from adding routes to the U.S..
Letters to the Editor: Thanks on behalf of the library, Support for Suggs... - Westport News
He was restating urban myths, outdated practices and participating in the all too common sport of airline bashing. I am a senior Captain with one of the three major U.S. airlines, with 34 years of experience and prior to that I spent nine years as an ...
Alaska Air Group (ALK) vs. US Airways Group (LCC) Financial Review - TrueBlueTribune
US Airways Group (NYSE: LCC) and Alaska Air Group (NYSE:ALK) are both industrials companies, but which is the superior investment? We will contrast the two businesses based on the strength of their institutional ownership, valuation, dividends, ...
US airlines' 'Buy American' duplicity -
International trade and “the tariff” have always been messy issues in America's history, pitting competing interests against each other. Britain sparked the first tea party by lowering the tariff on tea from the British East India Company in order to ...
Twitter: From user 'British Airways'
@VaJJYT We'd love you to join us, Jacob! ^Linda
Twitter: From user 'Floridah R Mapeto'
I'm gonna start doing this because @British_Airways has been sleeping on us with their lil dry slices of pizza????
I Want That Flight
ABN 60 115 987 687
Copyright 2015
Travel Affiliate Program