US Airways has resumed a third trans-Atlantic offering
from its largest hub in Charlotte to Paris’ Charles De Gaulle Airport
after an eight-year hiatus.
The nonstop service is flown on Boeing 767
aircraft with seating for 18 in Envoy, US Airways’ trans-Atlantic
business class, and 186 in the main cabin.
Chairman and CEO Doug Parker said, “In addition to offering
our customers non-stop service from Charlotte to three
destinations in Europe now, we’re looking forward to beginning our
first-ever service to South America this fall with daily non-stop
service between Charlotte and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.”
Airways currently serves London’s Gatwick Airport and Frankfurt
International Airport from its Charlotte hub and also codeshares
with Star Alliance member carrier Lufthansa on Munich services from
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