US Airways was one of America's major network airlines, with hubs at Charlotte-Douglas International, Philadelphia and Phoenix Sky Harbour International airports. Merging with America West Airlines in 2004, US Airways operated a fleet of narrow and wide-body Airbus, Boeing and Embraer aircraft across an extensive network of domestic and regional destinations within North America as well as international destinations in South America and Europe.
On 09-Dec-2013, AMR Corporation and US Airways Group announced the completion of their merger to officially form American Airlines Group Inc. AMR also emerged from restructuring with full recovery to American creditors. US Airways exited Star Alliance on 30-Mar-2014 and entered oneworld on 31-Mar-2014. On 08-Apr-2015, the carrier was integrated with American Airlines under a single Air Operators Certificate (AOC). American Airlines and US Airways successfully integrated their respective reservations systems on 17-Oct-2015, with the final US Airways service departing Philadelphia on 17-Oct-2015. US Airways Group and US Airways ceased to exist as a separate entity effective 30-Dec-2015. As a result of the merger, all property, rights, privileges, powers and franchises of US Airways became American's, as well as all of US Airways' debts, liabilities and duties.
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