US Airways ceased operations on October 17, 2015. The airline got merged with American Airlines. US Airways was a major American airline and was a member of the Star Alliance, and Oneworld. With a fleet of 338 aircraft, US Airways flights flew to 193 destinations. The airline's parent company was US Airways Group, now it's known as American Airlines Group. It was in the year 2013 that American Airlines and US Airways announced their plans to merge. US Airways is headquartered at Tempe in Arizona, the United States. It had its hubs at Charlotte, Philadelphia Phoenix-Sky Harbor, and Washington-National. The airline's subsidiaries included - Piedmont Airlines and PSA Airlines.
Passengers bought US Airways tickets to fly to destinations in North America, South America, Europe, and the Middle East. Some of the destinations where airlines offered flights included - United States, Netherlands, Greece, United Kingdom, Canada, Mexico, Germany, Bahamas, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, and Portugal to name a few destinations. US Airways had codeshare agreements with Air Berlin, American Airlines, British Airways, Hawaiian Airlines, Qatar Airways, Royal Jordanian, and TAM Airlines.
US Airways Frequent Flyer Program
For the passengers who made US Airways reservations, the airline offered frequent flyer program called - Dividend Miles.