Aviation News

September 19, 2010

US Airways to Launch Dublin and Madrid Flights from Charlotte

US Airways will fly daily, seasonal service from their hub at Charlotte (CLT) to Dublin (DUB) and Madrid (MAD) beginning in May 2011.

CLT-DUB will be operated by Boeing 757-200 aircraft, while the CLT-MAD service will be flown with Boeing 767-200ER jets.

The airline announced the flights at the Routes YVR conference. Airlineroute.net first reported the announcement via Twitter.



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JetBlue Announces Philadelphia Flights Starting May 2013

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Delta Announces Major Seattle Expansion With New Flights to China, Japan and New York

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Athens, Georgia Wins Flights to Nashville Courtesy of Uncle Sam

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United Adds Nashville and Oklahoma City Routes Out of Cleveland, Drops Green Bay

United Airlines announced new daily service to Nashville and Oklahoma City out of its Cleveland hub while dropping Green Bay flights.
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