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  • US Airways Retires Last Boeing 737-400

    US Airways Retires Last Boeing 737-400

    On Tuesday, August 19, 2014, an era came to an end for US Airways. At 8:40 PM EDT, the last flight of a 737-400 for US Airways departed from Philadelphia International Airport (PHL).  Its final flight ended at 9:48 PM EDT at Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT). 

    On the 19th, the airplane, registered N435US, flew three legs over 13 hours. The route operated was CLT-DFW-PHL-CLT with the flight number US737.

  • Hawaiian Airlines to Launch Nonstop San Francisco to Maui Service

    Hawaiian Airlines to Launch Nonstop San Francisco to Maui Service

    Beginning November 20th, 2014, Hawaiian Airlines will launch nonstop service between San Francisco and Maui. The new route comes after the airline announced an effort to increase its Bay Area prescence. 

    "This year we've brought back our San Jose to Honolulu service, offered new seasonal non-stop flights fromOakland to Kona and Lihu'e, and now we are launching daily service between San Francisco and Maui—all in response to the robust demand we've received from the Bay Area," said Peter Ingram, Hawaiian Airlines' CCO.