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A Look At US Airways' Point-to-point Network  
User currently offlineMAH4546 From Sweden, joined Jan 2001, 33273 posts, RR: 71
Posted (10 years 8 months 1 week 6 hours ago) and read 5182 times:

USAirways' point to point route structure has always interested me. It is made up almost entirely of flight operated by thier regional subsidiaries. I did a little looking into the schedules, and here is a look at thier point-to-point structure.Most of the following lists do not include services to hubs in Charlotte, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh. All schedules are based on this summers schedules.

Baltimore/Washington

Formerly a USAirways hub, from Baltimore/Washington US Airways continues to operate a handful of non-hub routes. Mainline service includes a daily A319 to Hamilton, Bermuda that operates during the summer. This summer they are also introducing two new Saturday-only services, an A319 to Cancun on 19 June (pending gov't approval) and a 737-300 to Orlando (seasonal through October). Both routes were previously served by US Airways during the BWI hubs hayday. In addition, US Airways Express continues to operate regional flights to Greensboro (4x J31), New York City/LaGuardia (7x DH8), Richmond (3x J41), and Syracuse (4x J41).

Related to Maryland, US Airways is also the only regular schedule operater in Maryland flying from an airport other than Baltimore with service to Hagerstown (4x DH8 to PIT) and Ocean City (1x DH8 to CLT; 1x DH8 to DCA, 6x DH8 to PHL).

Boston

From Boston, USAirways offers a number of services to the Caribbean and other vacation islands. This includes a daily A319 to Hamilton, Bermuda and San Juan (second Saturday flight also operates to San Juan), Saturday A319 services to Aruba and Nassau, four-weekly A319 and 757 flights to Montego Bay, five-weekly A319s to Cancun. Also for vacationers, they offer non-stop flights on Saturdays (all with CRJs) to Charleston, Myrtle Beach, and Savannah. An extensive network between Boston and Maine includes service to Augusta (3x BE1; two of the return trips are one-stop), Bar Harbour (5x BE1; one return trip is one-stop), Presque Isle (3x SF3), and Rockland (4x BE1; one return trip is one-stop). In addition, they also offer non-stops to Buffalo (4x ERJ), Greensboro (2x ERJ), Harrisburg (3x DH8), Indianapolis (3x ERJ), Richmond (3x ERJ), Rochester (3x ERJ), Syracuse (1x BE1, 2x DH8), and White Plains (3x BE1). In addition, US Airways Shutle operates frequent Shuttle service to both LaGuardia and Washington/National

New York (outside NYC)

Throughout Upstate New York, they operate plenty of intra-state and out of state services. These include:

Albany: Buffalo (4x BE1), Islip (2x BE1), New York City/LaGuardia (2x BE1, 2x SF3), Orlando (Sa 733), Washington, D.C./National (3x ERJ)
Buffalo: Albany (4x BE1), Boston (4x ERJ), Hartford (3x DH8), Orlando (Sa 319)
Ithaca: New York City/LaGuardia (5x SF3), Washington, D.C./National (3x ERJ)
Jamestown: Dubois, PA (1x BE1)*
Massena: Ogdensburg (2x BE1), Watertown (1x BE1)*
Ogdensburg: Massena (2x BE1), Watertown (2x BE1)*
Rochester: Boston (3x ERJ), Hartford (2x DH8), New York City/LaGuardia (5x DH8, 2x SF3), Washington, D.C./National (2x ERJ, 1x CRJ)
Syracuse: Baltimore (4x J41), Boston (3x DH8, 1x BE1), Hartford (2x BE1), New York City/LaGuardia (4x DH8, 2x SF3), Orlando (Sa 733), Washington, D.C./National (4x DH8, 1x ERJ)
Watertown: Massena (1x BE1), Ogdensburg (2x BE1)
White Plains: Boston (3x BE1), Washington, D.C./National (4x DH8, 1x ERJ)

*These cities have no non-stops to any US Airways hubs. They all have one-stops to Pittsburgh.

Carolina point-to-point

US Airways has a large customer base in the Carolinas, and uses this to thier advantage in providing point-to-point services...

Asheville: Greer/Spartanburg (1x BE1), New York City/LaGuardia (2x ERJ), Raleigh (1x BE1)
Charleston, SC: Boston (Sa CRJ), New York City/LaGuardia (2x ERJ), Raleigh (3x BE1), Washington, D.C./National (4x ERJ)
Colombia, SC: Washington, D.C./National (3x ERJ)
Greensboro: Baltimore (4x J41), Boston (3x ERJ), New York City/LaGuardia (5x ERJ), Washington, D.C./National (3x ERJ, 1x DH8, 1x SF3)
Greer/Spartanburg: Asheville (1x BE1), New York City/LaGuardia (3x ERJ), Orlando (Sa CRJ), Raleigh/Durham (2x BE1), Tampa (Sa CRJ), Washington, D.C./National (2x ERJ, 1x CRJ)
Hilton Head: Washington, D.C./National (Sa DH8)
Myrtle Beach: Boston (Sa CRJ), New York City/LaGuardia (SaSu ERJ), Washington, D.C./National (SaSu ERJ)
Raleigh: Asheville (1x BE1), Charleston (3x BE1), Greer/Spartanburg (2x BE1), New York City/LaGuardia (3x CRJ, 3x ERJ), Norfolk (2x BE1), Orlando (Sa 733), Washington, D.C./National (5x ERJ, 1x DH8)
Willmington, NC: New York City/LaGuardia (2x ERJ), Washington, D.C./National (1x DH8)*

*Willmington-National service ends this summer due to lack of slots.

Intra-Florida and Florida point-to-point

US Airways operates a small intra-Florida operations, also with some flights to the Bahamas. Recently, using aircraft that would otherwise be sitting still on weekends, US Airways has built up many new Saturday-only routes, mainly to Orlando.

Fort Lauderdale: Hamilton, Bermuda (WeSa 319), Providence (Sa 319), Washington, D.C./National (3x 734)
Fort Walton Beach: Orlando (4x BE1), Panama City, FL (3x BE1), Tampa (1x BE1)
Jacksonville, FL: Washington, D.C./National (3x ERJ)
Key West: Miami (2x BE1), Tampa (4x BE1)
Miami: Key West (2x BE1), North Eleuthera (1x BE1), Tampa (2x BE1)
Orlando: Albany (Sa 733), Baltimore (Sa 733), Buffalo (Sa 319), Columbus (Sa 733), Fort Walton Beach (2x BE1), Hamilton, Bermuda (Sa 319), Greer/Spartanburg (Sa CRJ), Harrisburg (Sa 733), Hartford (Sa 733), Panama City, FL (1x BE1), Providence (Sa 733), Raleigh (Sa 733), Richmond (Sa CRJ), Syracuse (Sa 733), Washington, D.C./National (3x 734, 1x 733)
Panama City: Fort Walton Beach (4x BE1), Tampa (2x BE1)
Pensacola: Tampa (6x BE1)
Tampa: Fort Walton Beach (1x BE1), Greer/Spartanburg (Sa CRJ), Key West (4x BE1), Miami (2x BE1), Panama City (2x BE1), Pensacola (6x BE1), Richmond (Sa CRJ), Washington, D.C./National (2x 319, 1x 734), West Palm Beach (1x BE1)
West Palm Beach: Marsh Harbour (1x BE1), Tampa (1x BE1), Washington, D.C./National (2x 734)

Kansas services

While US Airways has heavily cut back services within Kansas and the rest of the Midwest, they still offer a network of flights, mainly from Kansas City, Missouri.

Dodge City, KS: Garden City (2x BE1), Kansas City (1x BE1),
Garden City, KS: Dodge City (1x BE1), Kansas City (1x BE1)
Great Bend, KS: Hays (1x BE1), Kansas City (1x BE1)
Hays, KS: Great Bend (1x BE1), Kansas City (1x BE1)
Manhattan, KS: Kansas City (3x BE1), Manhattan (3x BE1)
Salina, KS: Manhattan (3x BE1)

In addition to these Kansas services, US Airways also offers service from Kansas City to Little Rock (2x BE1) and Washington, D.C./National (3x CRJ).

Pennsylvania services

Like in the Carolinas, US Airways enjoys a large customer base in the Pennsylvania area. In addition to routes to hubs, the following non-hub flights are flown form Pennsylvania destinations.

Altoona, PA: Johnston (1x BE1)
Dubois, PA: Jamestown, NY (1x BE1)
Harrisburg, PA: Boston (3x DH8), Orlando (Sa 733)
Johnston, PA: Altoona (1x BE1)

West Virginia serivces

US Airways is the main airline in the state of West Virginia, offering the most service to the most airports. Including hub services, they fly too:

Beckley: Bluefield, Pittsburgh
Bluefield: Beckley, Pittsburgh
Charleston: Charlotte, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C./National
Clarksburg: Morgantown, Pittsburgh
Huntington/Ironton: Charlotte, Pittsburgh
Lewisburg: Charlotte, Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C./Dulles (yes, IAD, not DCA)
Morgantown: Clarksburg, Pittsburgh
Parkersburg/Wood City: Pittsburgh

Former hubs

US Airways used to have hubs in both Dayton, Ohio and Indianapolis, Indiana. Here are the few point-to-point services that remain

Dayton: New York City/LaGuardia (4x CRJ), Washington, D.C./National (3x ERJ)
Indianapolis: Boston (3x ERJ), New York City/LaGuardia (5x ERJ), Washington, D.C./National (6x ERJ)

LaGuardia network

The LaGuardia network of US Airways includes:

Albany, Aruba, Asheville, Baltimore, Boston, Buffalo, Burlington, Charelston (SC), Charlotteville (Virgina), Chattanooga, Columbia, Columbus, Dayton, Freeport, Greensboro, Greer/Spartanburg, Hamilton (Bermuda), Hyannis Port, Indianapolis, Ithaca, Knoxville, Lebanon (New Hampshire), Louisville, Manchester, Martha's Vineyard, Myrtle Beach, Nantucket, Nassau, New Orleans, Norfolk, Portland (ME), Providence, Raleigh, Richmond, Roanoke, Rochester, San Juan, Savannah, St. Thoams, Syracuse, Washington, D.C./National, Willmington (NC)

National network

The Washington National network of US Airways includes:

Albany, Birmingham, Boston, Buffalo, Burlington, Charleston (SC), Charleston (WV), Chattanooga, Colombia, Columbus, Dayton, Ft. Lauderdale, Ft. Myers, Greensboro, Greer/Spartanburg, Hamilton (Bermuda), Hartford, Hilton Head, Huntsville, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Kansas City, Knoxville, Louisville, Manchester, Martha's Vineyard, Myrtle Beach, Nassau, Nantucket, Nashville, New Orleans, New York City/LaGuardia, Norfolk, Ocean City (MD), Orlando, Portland (ME), Providence, Raleigh, Rochester, Savannah, Syracuse, Tampa, Toronto, West Palm Beach, White Plains, Willmington (NC)*

*Willmington-National service ends this summer due to lack of slots.

Odd ones out

Just some of the odder routes that US Airways and thier express carriers fly (or don't fly):

-Washington Dulles to Lewisburg, WV
-Washington Dulles to San Juan, Puerto Rico
-Norfolk, Virginia to Hampton, Virginia (one-way only)
-Miami to North Eleuthera, Bahamas
-West Palm Beach to Marsh Harbour, Bahamas
-Kansas City to Little Rock, Arkansas
-There is no non-stop service between Philadelphia and Washington Dulles on US Airways

The most interesting thing about US Airways regional network is that this network is after the cutbacks. Before major US Airways cutbacks, they served a much larger number of cities such as Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, and Topeka.



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User currently offlineLUV4JFK From United States of America, joined Dec 2003, 462 posts, RR: 0
Reply 1, posted (10 years 8 months 1 week 5 hours ago) and read 5102 times:

It makes you wonder, how many mainline jets are actually flying and how many are roasting in the desert sun? Just taking a look at thier LGA services, I've only noticed about 20 mainline flights, (not including Shuttle services to DCA & BOS, which ranges from 31 to 33) while Express flights are about 150 easy. Did they ever get their San Antonio service started? I can't remember if they started it then pulled out or never started it at all.

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User currently offlineFlyPIJets From United States of America, joined Oct 2003, 926 posts, RR: 3
Reply 2, posted (10 years 8 months 1 week 5 hours ago) and read 5011 times:


Nice work MAH4546:

Here is my question, with this extensive network, why doesn't it work? US continues to lose money and is having a nervous breakdown over SWA's arrival in PHL. There is no way SWA can compete with this network.

I understand that SWA is only going to apply pressure to US on certain routes, and US thinks it can't sustain the blow.

But someone explain why US's network is not working. Is it that they are just not able to generate loads to produce a profit? Why? If they filled every seat, would they make money? I'm really asking, to me it seems that no one should be able to complete with US's network. It just doesn’t seem right that it all boils down to a payroll issue.

Thoughts?



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User currently offlineChepos From Puerto Rico, joined Dec 2000, 6234 posts, RR: 11
Reply 3, posted (10 years 8 months 1 week 5 hours ago) and read 4947 times:

This question has nothing to do with the topic but Im prety sure someone can help me out.
Im flying on US Airways on June 23rd btw MCO-CLT-SJU, my stopover in CLT is of 1 hour- is that enough or will I be in a rush?
Sorry for the disruption but I would appreciate the help. Thanks in advance
Chepo



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User currently offlineSHUPirate1 From United States of America, joined Sep 2003, 3670 posts, RR: 16
Reply 4, posted (10 years 8 months 1 week 5 hours ago) and read 4920 times:

Chepos-Charlotte may be the single easiest large airport to transfer through that I have ever been in...if your flights are on time, you will have no problem making your connection...


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User currently offlineJeffie813 From United States of America, joined Nov 2001, 239 posts, RR: 0
Reply 5, posted (10 years 8 months 1 week 4 hours ago) and read 4851 times:
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Odd ones out

Just some of the odder routes that US Airways and their express carriers fly (or don't fly):

-West Palm Beach to Marsh Harbour, Bahamas



that is an odd route, however, that flight is consistently sold out, as are the continental flights to the bahamas from PBI.

there is a new hydrofoil operating out of the port of palm beach with express service to west end (near lucaya). i'm interested to see if this will affect the flights at all. i'm leaning towards thinking that it won't, mostly because many of the passengers on these flights are just connecting through PBI.


User currently offlineJcooke From United States of America, joined Aug 2003, 81 posts, RR: 2
Reply 6, posted (10 years 8 months 1 week 4 hours ago) and read 4780 times:

Related to Maryland, US Airways is also the only regular schedule operater in Maryland flying from an airport other than Baltimore with service to Hagerstown (4x DH8 to PIT) and Ocean City (1x DH8 to CLT; 1x DH8 to DCA, 6x DH8 to PHL).

When did US start service OCE? I can't find any timetables for service into OCE, only SBY.

-JC


User currently offlineUSAFHummer From United States of America, joined May 2000, 10685 posts, RR: 52
Reply 7, posted (10 years 8 months 1 week 2 hours ago) and read 4681 times:

IIRC Salisbury is the commercial airport that serves Ocean City, Maryland...SBY's full name is "Salisbury-Ocean City Wicomico Regional Airport"

There is an airport in Ocean City, KOXB, but its for GA only I believe...

Greg



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User currently offlineJcooke From United States of America, joined Aug 2003, 81 posts, RR: 2
Reply 8, posted (10 years 8 months 1 week 2 hours ago) and read 4635 times:

Ahh... I'm familiar with SBY and also the the small OC Airport but never saw the full name of SBY..

Anyone know how far/long the drive is from SBY to in-town OC?

Thx for the info!

-JC


User currently offlineUSAFHummer From United States of America, joined May 2000, 10685 posts, RR: 52
Reply 9, posted (10 years 8 months 1 week 2 hours ago) and read 4610 times:

Looks to be about a 20 mile drive or so...so maybe 20-25 minutes?

Greg



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User currently offlineSTT757 From United States of America, joined Mar 2000, 16907 posts, RR: 51
Reply 10, posted (10 years 8 months 1 week 1 hour ago) and read 4587 times:

"Just taking a look at thier LGA services, I've only noticed about 20 mainline flights, (not including Shuttle services to DCA & BOS, which ranges from 31 to 33) while Express flights are about 150 easy"

And out of those 20 Mainline flights from LGA more than half go to PIT, and Charlotte.



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User currently offline727LOVER From United States of America, joined Oct 2001, 6608 posts, RR: 20
Reply 11, posted (10 years 8 months 1 week 1 hour ago) and read 4564 times:

"Just taking a look at thier LGA services, I've only noticed about 20 mainline flights, (not including Shuttle services to DCA & BOS, which ranges from 31 to 33) while Express flights are about 150 easy"

And out of those 20 Mainline flights from LGA more than half go to PIT, and Charlotte.





And that is a major change from 10 years ago.

 Wow!



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User currently offlineSebwhite From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 12, posted (10 years 8 months 1 week 1 hour ago) and read 4506 times:

Just a couple years ago US had mainline to BUF, ROC, SYR, ORF, RIC, RDU, GSO, GSP, SDF, all Florida - everywhere it seemed!

User currently offlineScottb From United States of America, joined Jul 2000, 6825 posts, RR: 32
Reply 13, posted (10 years 8 months 1 week ago) and read 4459 times:

FlyPIJets asks, "But someone explain why US's network is not working. Is it that they are just not able to generate loads to produce a profit? Why? If they filled every seat, would they make money? I'm really asking, to me it seems that no one should be able to complete with US's network. It just doesn’t seem right that it all boils down to a payroll issue."

It's not just a payroll issue. A lot of it has to do with the broken fare structure. Take a route mentioned above like BOS-AUG. The driving distance is just over 160 miles, and the driving time (barring backups at the Hampton Tolls in N.H.) is about 2 hours 40 minutes. The lowest fare available on the route (and only through May 15) is $210 round-trip, and flying really saves minimal time compared to driving, once you add in the time needed to get to Logan, clear security, board, take off, claim baggage at AUG, rent a car, etc. US's least expensive BOS-ROC fare is 40% higher than their least-expensive BOS-LAX fare and has comparable restrictions. In many cases, people choose to drive or simply not travel due to high fare levels. $258 for LGA-ALB round-trip isn't competitive with driving. The lowest BOS-HPN round-trip fare is $254; I can drive that in roughly three hours!

A lot of people who drive those short-haul point-to-point routes (especially so-called business travelers) would choose to fly if the fare structure were more rational -- and more leisure travelers would buy tickets, too. Let's say US Express's CASM (systemwide) is comparable to Horizon's at about 18 cents/ASM (this is higher than ACA and lower than Skyway). On a BOS-ROC flight (343 miles), they would break even with a fare of $62 each way and every seat filled. And yet they charge (at a minimum) twice that for a highly restricted ticket and a ridiculous $800 round-trip for an unrestricted ticket. Where is the logic?

I'm not saying they should price the flights at a loss -- but expecting people to pay hundreds of dollars to sit on a turboprop for an hour-and-a-half with little or no service is simply silly. Price the product at a level commensurate with the production cost and avoid filing seats with low-yield connecting traffic.


User currently offlineA330323X From United States of America, joined Oct 2003, 3039 posts, RR: 43
Reply 14, posted (10 years 8 months 6 days 18 hours ago) and read 4337 times:

Just a note:

Pricing for BOS-AUG and BOS-HPN as O&D routes is set by Colgan, not by US. Colgan keeps most of the revenue from these flights, as non-wholly owned US Express turboprop flying is at-risk.

Pricing for BOS-ROC is handled by US (since the flying is on wholly-owned metal).

LGA-ALB is a Colgan route, but has had larger (Allegheny) planes in the recent past, so I'm not quite sure who prices that one at the moment; Colgan receives most of the revenue in any event.



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User currently offlineMats From Israel, joined Jul 2003, 637 posts, RR: 1
Reply 15, posted (10 years 8 months 6 days 18 hours ago) and read 4308 times:

Didn't USAir Express once have a hub at New Orleans? I think it was quite small, but they did have an operation there.

I'm surprised that the Kansas City hub is still in operation; I thought that was long gone.

They certainly have a bizarre, complicated route network.


User currently offlineFlynavy From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 16, posted (10 years 8 months 6 days 18 hours ago) and read 4268 times:

MAH4546: You omitted PHF, a city served by Express multiple times daily. The Hampton Roads area is served by two airports, Norfolk (ORF) and Newport News (PHF).

User currently offlineSANSCOTT744 From United States of America, joined Nov 2003, 97 posts, RR: 0
Reply 17, posted (10 years 8 months 6 days 18 hours ago) and read 4256 times:

MAH4546 you forgot Syracuse for USair it use to be a "focus city"
I love the phrase "focus city" the new politically correct way of saying "mini-hub"


User currently offlineFlyPIJets From United States of America, joined Oct 2003, 926 posts, RR: 3
Reply 18, posted (10 years 8 months 6 days 18 hours ago) and read 4239 times:

Scottb:

Thanks for the input. I am still at a loss on how US should fix its problems. I mean it seems the chairman is demanding pay cuts from employee, perhaps its is warranted. But it does seem that if US wants to survive, the issues you raise have to be addressed as well.

It does seem like to me that US (and others) are going to have to start looking at revenue management from a new way. They cannot continue to base break-even around the last minute walk up fare or high fares from areas with little service.

I can see why it's employees are reluctant to give up pay. It alone is not going to fix the problem. And it looks like US may need to trim its regional offerings(?). So, why would employees offer to give up pay?

US needs some new management, at least in accounting. I'm thinking like you that some of the problems at US could be addressed on the consumer side. At least that would seem to be easier to implement.



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User currently offlineFreshlove1 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 19, posted (10 years 8 months 6 days 18 hours ago) and read 4233 times:

The US Airways Express hub in MCI is actually a Air Midwest/Mesa hub, AMW flies for USE to lots of cities in Kansas, Arkansas, and Louisiana. US is not big in MCI but the Express flights are very profitable for them. Some of the routes they fly are EAS routes to its gaurenteed money no matter what.

User currently offlineUSAFHummer From United States of America, joined May 2000, 10685 posts, RR: 52
Reply 20, posted (10 years 8 months 6 days 17 hours ago) and read 4191 times:

It used to be even more messed up in the mid to late 90's when they had a sizeable Express operation op'd by Trans States in California...

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User currently offlineMasseyBrown From United States of America, joined Dec 2002, 5598 posts, RR: 7
Reply 21, posted (10 years 8 months 6 days 16 hours ago) and read 4143 times:

Salisbury, MD (SBY), in addition to its expected population, has a surprisingly large number of commuters who live on the Eastern Shore for weekends and work in New York. There is an early morning flight to DCA that puts them on the 7:00AM shuttle and reverses at night. Monday/Tuesday mornings and Thursday/Friday nights are the peak traffic times for this flight. It probably loses money the rest of the time.


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User currently offlinePlaneviewnyc From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 22, posted (10 years 8 months 6 days 15 hours ago) and read 4125 times:

I can't imagine why they would even offer ANY service in Massena or Ogdensburg, NY, nevermind BETWEEN Massena and Ogdensburg, which are maybe 35 miles apart. If anything, they should have a hopper from Syracuse, to Watertown, to Ogdensburg, to Massena. People traveling round those parts either have a car, or they go Greyhound for $24, not U.S. Air for $143.

User currently offlineSTT757 From United States of America, joined Mar 2000, 16907 posts, RR: 51
Reply 23, posted (10 years 8 months 6 days 8 hours ago) and read 4050 times:

I actually know someone from Massena, I went to College with her. On the Weekends they went to Montreal which is the closest big town to Massena, her family went to alot of Expos games. I think she mentioned (not sure) that when she would travel she would fly out of Montreal.

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