US Airways Adds European Routes, Upgrades Business Class Cabin

By Michael Acampora on 9 May 2012
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US Airways will add service to Europe this summer, with new seasonal flights to Barcelona, Athens, Glasgow, Venice, and Lisbon from the carrier’s hub at Philadelphia International Airport.

The carrier will also add seasonal flights from its hub at Charlotte Douglas International Airport to Dublin, Madrid, and Rome.

In addition, US Airways will add more flights to Frankfurt from both Philadelphia and Charlotte. These new routes join the carrier’s regular, year-round service to 13 locations in Europe and the Middle East.

US Airways has also upgraded its international business class cabin, Envoy, throughout its fleet of Airbus A330s. The new Envoy cabin offers lie-flat seats, personal in-flight entertainment, and a 110-volt universal power outlet. The upgraded Envoy Suite is available on all 16 of the carrier’s A330s, covering most flights between the U.S. and Paris, London, Madrid, Barcelona, Frankfurt, Munich, Manchester, Rome, and Tel Aviv.

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