Flown with US Airways recently?

Old Dec 15th, 2009, 09:35 PM
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Flown with US Airways recently?

Hi, I was curious to know if anyone had any recent experiences flying US Airways. If you have, please let me know your experience with them. I have a flight booked with them for December 31, Philadelphia, PA to Orlando, FL. I haven't flown for a while, but not expecting any problems. This will be my 1st time flying US Air - I've used American Airlines in the past, but US Air had some good fares for my trip. Thanks, Greg
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Old Dec 16th, 2009, 01:44 AM
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Several times in past year - as well as United, AA, AirTran, JetBlue - all on east coast US. I love JetBlue, had a one-time problem with AirTran related to their computer, but find flying experience overall the same on the major airlines. DH flies about 6 -8 trips/month and shares my opinion. I have come to expect little and just want plane to arrive safely and on-time. I shop fare and schedule, not airline.
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If you click on my name you'll find a similar thread on US Air--there you'll find some nice stories (she says sarcastically) about the airline. Regardless, they fly non-stop Philly to Paris so we'll use them--I'm sure they're on par with other airlines. Good and bad happens to them all.
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Old Dec 16th, 2009, 06:42 AM
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US Air and the Phil airport are on my list for never use again but that was for international flights. Last week was on a combined United/US Air from Denver to Charlotte, NC via Dallas out bound and Kansas City return. Not a whole lot of difference between the two. However, Kansas City airport did join my list of never use again airports.
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Old Dec 16th, 2009, 10:23 AM
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Thanks for the replies. I haven't flown for several years, so getting a tiny bit nervous. I have a little issue with heights, and I do get tense esp. during takeoff. But I'm taking my ipod and a book/magazine to try to distract myself.

The flight's only about 2.5 hours long, so I wouldn't take anything to make myself sleep, but maybe my doctor could recommend something to ease the anxiety. Greg
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