US Airways Merger

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  1. wcblack34

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    Does anyone know if American will keep all of the current US Airways routes, or will certain airports be phased out?

    American doesn't fly out of Billings, MT, but US Airways does. This would open up a lot of options for me.
     
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    Nothing official has been stated besides some obvious information on hubs and headquarter locations.

    It's a wait and see game.
     
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    That's a shame. If I knew now, I'd certainly get the US Airways card(s). They won't do me any good if Billings' US Airways routes aren't kept.
     
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    If US and AA weren't merging, who's to say US would keep it anyway? ;)

    And isn't the US Airways flight just a codeshare on United Express?
     
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    I'm actually not sure. I'm new to all of the frequent flyer stuff :)


     
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    It looks like that is the case. UA flights from DEN. On the plus side it does look like a couple of the flights are on real mainline planes and not rj's.
     

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