US Airways Set to Launch Philadelphia-Amsterdam Service

Apr 11, 2001, 01:00 ET from US Airways

    ARLINGTON, Va., April 11 /PRNewswire/ -- US Airways will launch daily
 nonstop widebody service to the Netherlands this evening with the departure of
 Flight 42 from Philadelphia to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.  Amsterdam becomes
 US Airways' eighth European destination.
     The new service will depart Philadelphia at 8:15 p.m., and will arrive in
 Amsterdam at 10 a.m., the next morning.  From Amsterdam, the first flight will
 depart on April 12 at 12:15 p.m., and will arrive in Philadelphia at 2:55 p.m.
     "We are delighted to introduce service today to Amsterdam, an alluring
 city rich with history and one recognized as a leading European business
 center and leisure destination," said US Airways Chairman Stephen M. Wolf.
 "Customers flying from more than 60 cities on the US Airways system now will
 be able to make convenient flight connections to Amsterdam from our
 Philadelphia hub."
     The Philadelphia departure and arrival times are closely tied to those of
 other US Airways and US Airways Express flights to and from Florida, the
 Northeast and an array of destinations linked through the Philadelphia hub,
 including Southwestern and Western destinations like Denver, Phoenix, Las
 Vegas, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco and Seattle.
     US Airways' other transatlantic destinations include Frankfurt, London,
 Madrid, Manchester, Munich, Paris and Rome.  US Airways will begin service
 between Philadelphia and Brussels on May 9, 2001.
     US Airways, the US Airways Express carriers, US Airways Shuttle, and low-
 fare MetroJet fly to 202 destinations worldwide, including 38 states in the
 U.S., Aruba, Bermuda, Cancun, Grand Cayman, Montego Bay, Nassau, Santo
 Domingo, San Juan, St. Thomas, St. Maarten, St. Croix, and the Canadian
 destinations of Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa and Hamilton.
     For more information on US Airways' schedules and fare, contact US Airways
 at 1-800-428-4322, or visit US Airways online at http://www.usairways.com .
 
 

SOURCE US Airways
    ARLINGTON, Va., April 11 /PRNewswire/ -- US Airways will launch daily
 nonstop widebody service to the Netherlands this evening with the departure of
 Flight 42 from Philadelphia to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.  Amsterdam becomes
 US Airways' eighth European destination.
     The new service will depart Philadelphia at 8:15 p.m., and will arrive in
 Amsterdam at 10 a.m., the next morning.  From Amsterdam, the first flight will
 depart on April 12 at 12:15 p.m., and will arrive in Philadelphia at 2:55 p.m.
     "We are delighted to introduce service today to Amsterdam, an alluring
 city rich with history and one recognized as a leading European business
 center and leisure destination," said US Airways Chairman Stephen M. Wolf.
 "Customers flying from more than 60 cities on the US Airways system now will
 be able to make convenient flight connections to Amsterdam from our
 Philadelphia hub."
     The Philadelphia departure and arrival times are closely tied to those of
 other US Airways and US Airways Express flights to and from Florida, the
 Northeast and an array of destinations linked through the Philadelphia hub,
 including Southwestern and Western destinations like Denver, Phoenix, Las
 Vegas, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco and Seattle.
     US Airways' other transatlantic destinations include Frankfurt, London,
 Madrid, Manchester, Munich, Paris and Rome.  US Airways will begin service
 between Philadelphia and Brussels on May 9, 2001.
     US Airways, the US Airways Express carriers, US Airways Shuttle, and low-
 fare MetroJet fly to 202 destinations worldwide, including 38 states in the
 U.S., Aruba, Bermuda, Cancun, Grand Cayman, Montego Bay, Nassau, Santo
 Domingo, San Juan, St. Thomas, St. Maarten, St. Croix, and the Canadian
 destinations of Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa and Hamilton.
     For more information on US Airways' schedules and fare, contact US Airways
 at 1-800-428-4322, or visit US Airways online at http://www.usairways.com .
 
 SOURCE  US Airways