Its schedule calls for American Airlines to begin serving one of the routes in September, one in November and the other six in December.

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Southwest has announced it would add 20 flights to 12 new non-stop destinations if the airline is able to acquire two additional gates at Dallas Love Field. American must relinquish the gates under the terms of a settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice, but other airlines are also bidding for them.

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US Airways is launching daily non-stop service to São Paulo in Brazil from Charlotte in North Carolina, its largest hub, on June 8. The airline will operate its service to Brazil’s largest city with Boeing 767-200ER aircraft seating 18 in Envoy and 186 in the main cabin.

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One of the new Southwest Airlines destinations is San Juan in Puerto Rico, which is the first city that Southwest has ever served on a scheduled basis outside the 48 contiguous states of the mainland United States.

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US Airways will operate its service between Charlotte and London Heathrow with Airbus A330-300 widebodies seating 28 in Envoy, the airline’s international business class, and 263 in the main cabin.

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US Airways will launch daily non-stop service to São Paulo, Brazil’s largest city, from its largest hub at Charlotte on May 5, 2013. São Paulo is US Airways’ second destination in South America and the route complements the airline’s existing Charlotte-Rio de Janeiro service.

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US Airways has been awarded operating slots to inaugurate daily, non-stop service in March 2013 between its hub at Charlotte Douglas International Airport in North Carolina and London Heathrow Airport.

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As the operational merger of AirTran Airways into Southwest Airlines continues, Southwest is taking over service from subsidiary AirTran at four more U.S. cities in the spring of 2013.

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Ultimate Air Shuttle is launching four-times-weekly jet service from Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Field Airport to Charlotte Douglas International Airport, North Carolina on June 18, in an expansion of its ‘scheduled-charter’ network.

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US Airways is launching daily, non-stop service on September 5 from Austin and San Antonio to the airline’s main international gateway at Philadelphia International Airport. On September 5, also, US Airways will introduce a sixth daily flight between Dallas/Fort Worth and Philadelphia.

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New flight schedules released by Southwest Airlines and subsidiary AirTran Airways for August 12 through September 28 show that Southwest will offer new service in nine non-stop markets, including new service from Atlanta to Norfolk and Louisville, while AirTran will launch one new route.

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Southwest Airlines has confirmed its intent to retain AirTran Airways’ operations at an additional 15 U.S. domestic airports and seven international airports, but Southwest is dropping six AirTran destinations. Over time, Southwest will convert AirTran’s flights to Southwest operations at the 53 AirTran cities it has decided to keep.

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The airline says that, by summer 2012, it will offer more domestic flights and seats from New York’s three major airports than any other carrier, with more than 400 daily domestic departures from LaGuardia, JFK and Newark to destinations nationwide.

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In March 2012, US Airways is launching weekly service between New York LaGuardia and Phoenix and daily service linking its Charlotte, North Carolina hub with Salt Lake City.

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Megabus.com will offer service from Atlanta to Birmingham, Mobile and Montgomery in Alabama; Charlotte, North Carolina; Chattanooga, Knoxville, Memphis and Nashville in Tennessee; and Gainesville, Jacksonville and Orlando in Florida.

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Eagle is flying the route with Bombardier CRJ700 regional jets featuring the carrier’s new First Class service in addition to economy-class seating.

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