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Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Mon Sep 06, 2004 12:55 pm

I apologize if this has been posted already, but the reduced US Airways Pittsburgh schedule has been loaded. The changes take effect Sunday, November 7.

Here's a sample current weekday September schedule:
Akron/Canton (CAK) 5x (2x CRJ; 2x DH8; 1x ER4)
Albany (ALB) 4x (2x 733; 1x 734; 1x E70)
Allentown (ABE) 5x (1x CRJ; 2x DH8; 2x ER4)
Altoona (AOO) 3x (2x BE1; 1x SF3)
Atlanta (ATL) 3x (2x E70; 1x ER4)
Baltimore (BWI) 5x (1x 734; 3x 757; 1x ER4)
Binghamton (BGM) 5x (1x CRJ; 1x DH8; 3x ER4)
Boston (BOS) 6x (1x 319; 1x 321; 2x 734; 1x E70; 1x ER4)
Bradford (BFD) 3x (3x BE1)
Buffalo (BUF) 5x (1x 321; 1x 733; 1x 734; 1x E70; 1x ER4)
Burlington (BTV)3x (3x ER4)
Charleston (CRW) 4x (1x DH8; 3x ER4)
Charlotte (CLT) 9x (1x 320; 2x 321; 4x 734; 1x 757; 1x ER4)
Charlottesville (CHO) 4x (1x DH8; 3x J41)
Chicago (ORD) 6x (6x 733)
Cincinnati (CVG) 4x (1x CRJ; 1x ER4; 2x J41)
Clarksburg (CKB) 3x (3x BE1)
Cleveland (CLE) 1x (1x SF3)
Columbia (CAE) 1x (1x ER4)
Columbus (CMH) 5x (1x DH8; 1x E70; 2x ER4; 1x SF3)
Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW) 3x (3x 733)
Dayton (DAY) 4x (4x CRJ)
Denver (DEN) 3x (1x 319; 2x 321)
Detroit (DTW) 6x (6x ER4)
Dubois (DUJ) 3x (3x BE1)
Elmira (ELM) 4x (4x ER4)
Erie (ERI) 3x (3x ER4)
Fort Lauderdale (FLL) 2x (1x 319; 1x 757)
Fort Myers (RSW) 1x (1x 734)
Frankfurt (FRA) 1x (1x 333)
Franklin (FKL) 3x (3x BE1)
Grand Rapids (GRR) 3x (3x ER4)
Greensboro (GSO) 5x (2x ER4; 3x J41)
Greenville (GSP) 1x (1x ER4)
Hagerstown (HGR) 4x (4x BE1)
Harrisburg (MDT) 5x (2x 733; 1x DH8; 2x ER4)
Hartford (BDL) 4x (2x 319; 1x 320; 1x 757)
Houston (IAH) 3x (3x 733)
Indianapolis (IND) 4x (2x 733; 2x ER4)
Ithaca (ITH) 4x (2x DH8; 2x ER4)
Jamestown (JHW) 3x (3x BE1)
Johnstown (JST) 4x (2x BE1; 2x SF3)
Kansas City (MCI) 2x (1x 733; 1x E70)
Knoxville (TYS) 3x (1x CRJ; 2x ER4)
Lancaster (LNS) 3x (3x BE1)
Las Vegas (LAS) 3x (3x 757)
Lewisburg (LWB) 2x (1x BE1; 1x CRJ)
Lexington (LEX) 4x (2x ER4; 2x SF3)
London (LGW) 1x (1x 767)
Los Angeles (LAX) 3x (1x 320; 2x 321)
Louisville (SDF) 2x (2x ER4)
Lynchburg (LYH) 3x (3x DH8)
Manchester (MHT) 3x (1x 319; 1x 734; 1x ER4)
Miami (MIA) 1x (1x 733)
Montreal (YUL) 3x (3x ER4)
Morgantown (MGW) 4x (4x BE1)
Nashville (BNA) 2x (2x E70)
New Orleans (MSY) 1x (1x 319)
New York (LGA) 8x (3x 319; 1x 320; 3x 734; 1x ER4)
Newark (EWR) 6x (2x 733; 3x E70; 1x ER4)
Norfolk (ORF) 4x (1x CRJ; 1x E70; 2x ER4)
Orlando (MCO) 5x (1x 320; 2x 734; 2x 757)
Ottawa (YOW) 2x (2x ER4)
Parkersburg (PKB) 5x (5x BE1)
Philadelphia (PHL) 9x (1x 319; 1x 321; 1x 733; 1x 734; 1x 757; 1x 767; 1x CRJ; 1x E70; 1x ER4)
Phoenix (PHX) 2x (2x 319)
Portland (PWM) 3x (1x E70; 2x ER4)
Providence (PVD) 4x (2x 319; 1x 320; 1x 321)
Raleigh/Durham (RDU) 4x (2x 733; 1x CRJ; 1x DH8)
Richmond (RIC) 7x (5x ER4; 2x J41)
Roanoke (ROA) 4x (4x DH8)
Rochester (ROC) 4x (1x 319; 1x CRJ; 1x E70; 1x ER4)
St. Louis (STL) 4x (4x ER4)
San Diego (SAN) 2x (1x 320; 1x 321)
San Francisco (SFO) 3x (2x 320; 1x 321)
Seattle (SEA) 2x (1x 320; 1x 321)
State College (SCE) 5x (1x CRJ; 3x DH8; 1x SF3)
Staunton (SHD) 4x (4x BE1)
Syracuse (SYR) 4x (1x 733; 2x E70; 1x ER4)
Tampa (TPA) 3x (1x 320; 1x 734; 1x 757)
Toronto (YYZ) 4x (3x CRJ; 1x ER4)
Tri-Cities (TRI) 4x (4x J41)
Washington (DCA) 7x (1x 319; 1x 320; 2x 733; 1x 734; 1x E70; 1x ER4)
Washington (IAD) 4x (4x SF3)
Watertown (ART) 2x (2x BE1)
West Palm Beach (PBI) 1x (1x 733)
White Plains (HPN) 4x (2x CRJ; 1x DH8; 1x ER4)
Wilkes-Barre (AVP) 4x (1x DH8; 3x ER4)
Williamsport (IPT) 4x (4x DH8)

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The new November schedule:
Albany (ALB) 4x (2x CRJ; 1x DH8; 1x E70)
Allentown (ABE) 4x (4x DH8)
Altoona (AOO) 2x (2x BE1)
Atlanta (ATL) 4x (2x E70; 2x ER4)
Baltimore (BWI) 5x (1x 734; 1x CRJ; 3x ER4)
Boston (BOS) 6x (1x 319; 3x 733; 1x 734; 1x ER4)
Bradford (BFD) 2x (2x SF3)
Buffalo (BUF) 4x (4x ER4)
Charleston (CRW) 4x (4x DH8)
Charlotte (CLT) 8x (1x 319; 1x 320; 1x 321; 1x 733; 4x 757)
Chicago (ORD) 6x (4x 733; 1x 734; 1x ER4)
Cincinnati (CVG) 3x (3x J41)
Clarksburg (CKB) 2x (2x BE1)
Columbus (CMH) 4x (1x DH8; 1x ER4; 1x J41; 1x SF3)
Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW) 3x (3x E70)
Dayton (DAY) 4x (4x CRJ)
Denver (DEN) 2x (2x 319)
Detroit (DTW) 5x (1x DH8; 4x ER4)
Dubois (DUJ) 3x (3x BE1)
Erie (ERI) 4x (4x DH8)
Fort Lauderdale (FLL) 3x (1x 321; 1x 733; 1x 734)
Fort Myers (RSW) 1x (1x 733)
Franklin (FKL) 3x (3x BE1)
Greensboro (GSO) 4x (4x J41)
Hagerstown (HGR) 4x (4x BE1)
Harrisburg (MDT) 4x (3x DH8; 1x ER4)
Hartford (BDL) 4x (1x 319; 3x ER4)
Indianapolis (IND) 4x (1x CRJ; 3x ER4)
Jamestown (JHW) 3x (3x SF3)
Johnstown (JST) 5x (2x BE1; 3x SF3)
Knoxville (TYS) 3x (3x J41)
Lancaster (LNS) 3x (3x BE1)
Las Vegas (LAS) 2x (2x 757)
Lewisburg (LWB) 1x (1x BE1)
Los Angeles (LAX) 2x (2x 320)
Louisville (SDF) 4x (1x CRJ; 3x ER4)
Manchester (MHT) 4x (1x CRJ; 3x ER4)
Miami (MIA) 1x (1x 733)
Morgantown (MGW) 4x (4x BE1)
Nashville (BNA) 4x (2x CRJ; 2x ER4)
New Orleans (MSY) 1x (1x 319)
New York (LGA) 7x (5x 319; 2x 733)
Newark (EWR) 5x (2x 733; 3x E70)
Norfolk (ORF) 3x (3x ER4; 1x J41)
Orlando (MCO) 5x (1x 320; 3x 734; 1x 757)
Parkersburg (PKB) 5x (5x BE1)
Philadelphia (PHL) 8x (1x 319; 1x 320; 1x 321; 4x 733; 1x 757)
Phoenix (PHX) 2x (2x 319)
Providence (PVD) 4x (1x 734; 3x ER4)
Raleigh/Durham (RDU) 4x (2x CRJ; 2x ER4)
Richmond (RIC) 4x (2x ER4; 2x J41)
Rochester (ROC) 5x (1x DH8; 4x ER4)
St. Louis (STL) 4x (4x ER4)
San Diego (SAN) 1x (1x 319)
San Francisco (SFO) 2x (2x 319)
Seattle (SEA) 1x (1x 319)
Staunton (SHD) 4x (4x BE1)
Syracuse (SYR) 4x (3x CRJ; 1x ER4)
Tampa (TPA) 4x (2x 319; 2x 733)
Toronto (YYZ) 4x (4x CRJ)
Washington (DCA) 7x (2x 319; 2x 320; 2x CRJ; 1x E70)
Washington (IAD) 4x (4x SF3)
Watertown (ART) 3x (3x BE1)
West Palm Beach (PBI) 1x (1x 734)
White Plains (HPN) 4x (4x CRJ)
Wilkes-Barre (AVP) 4x (4x DH8)

319 - Airbus A319
320 - Airbus A320
321 - Airbus A321
333 - Airbus A330-300
733 - Boeing 737-300
734 - Boeing 737-400
757 - Boeing 757-200
767 - Boeing 767-200ER
BE1 - Beechcraft 1900D
CRJ - Canadair Regional Jet
DH8 - De Havilland Dash 8
E70 - Embraer 170
ER4 - Embraer ERJ-145
J41 - BAe Jetstream 41
SF3 - Saab 340

All in all, it totals about 243 daily flights on weekdays (weekends reduced of course).

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[Edited 2004-09-06 05:56:01]

[Edited 2004-09-06 05:59:06]
 
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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Mon Sep 06, 2004 12:58 pm

Well, looks like no more trans-atlantics from PIT
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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Mon Sep 06, 2004 1:15 pm

Darn, beat me to it. I was just about to post the new US scheduel myself.

And just for the books, "Charleston (CRW) 4x (1x DH8; 3x ER4)" Is kind of addition. And the 1 erj that is missing will be an added flight to PHL departing in the morning, and there will also be increased seats/frequency to CLT.

Any other airports out there, benefiting from the cutbacks at pit? I know a lot are getting hurt by it.
 
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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Mon Sep 06, 2004 1:21 pm

MHT benefits in terms of additional frequency...3 flights go up to 4...of course, seats are lost (about 100-120 total). However, other flights out of MHT are being upgraded (LGA goes to all Saab/Dash 8, up from 6 SF3/DH8 and 2 Beechs), and CLT picks up a fifth flight, so overall, MHT will be seeing an increase in flights (+2), and an increase in seats (+50-75).

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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Mon Sep 06, 2004 1:33 pm

Still 12 dailies to the New York Metro area- which I will never understand. I guess most of that is repositioning- I mean, I've never been on a USAirways flight to/from PIT to EWR/LGA, sans one flight, that was over 50% full.

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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Mon Sep 06, 2004 3:06 pm

Dunno what flights to New York you've been on but every New York bound flight I've been on has been 70-80% full, even weird mid-day Saturday ones. It's one of the biggest O&D markets out of PIT. Thanks to N760UW for posting this list, it's very interesting to see and affected all of my future reservations on USAirways past Nov.
 
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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Mon Sep 06, 2004 3:23 pm

By the way, in my above post, I meant that they still have 12 remaining flights. I know it wasnt 12 originally  Big grin

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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Mon Sep 06, 2004 8:41 pm

Just noticed that FLL both picked up an additional frequency (up to 3x daily now), and additional seats (about 120)...my guess would be probably due to the winter season though, as well as the new FLL operation...TPA also picked up a frequency and capacity, and PBI picked up capacity (733 to 734).

Other Florida destinations remained the same (MIA, RSW), or took a small capacity hit (MCO; no lost frequencies though).

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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Mon Sep 06, 2004 9:18 pm

YUL cut completely  Sad, but YYZ gets a slight upgrade, which seems a bit strange (It's not like US would re-route YUL-bound pax through YYZ, having no agreement with Air Canada, so why would YYZ go up?). Although, I'm surprised YUL had three flights to being with.
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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Mon Sep 06, 2004 10:40 pm

Despite being a fairly good market, I'm still glad PVD kept what service we did. The high fares on the route will sure make the RJ flights more profitable than 1/2 full mainline jets. I suppose the cutbacks could have been worse...
 
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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Mon Sep 06, 2004 11:07 pm

Some of the smaller communities seem to be getting additional seats. Jamestown, NY (JHW), for example, is going from three B1900 dailies to three S340 dailies. USAirways Express has flown B1900s in there for as long as I can remember, and I don't think demand, on that route at least, really warrants a 75% increase in seat capacity.

Are they pulling B1900s out of PIT to send down to Florida for FLL, or elsewhere?
 
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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Tue Sep 07, 2004 12:28 am

no more widebodies? not even a daily 767 form CLT or PHL? what are the chances Lufthansa moves in?  Smile

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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Tue Sep 07, 2004 12:56 am

Looks like GRR is cut already. IIRC GRR-PIT started in July.
 
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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Tue Sep 07, 2004 1:57 am

(It's not like US would re-route YUL-bound pax through YYZ, having no agreement with Air Canada, so why would YYZ go up?).

YYZ likely increased for this winter season, so that US can connect YYZ-Florida passengers over PIT.

Some of the smaller communities seem to be getting additional seats. Jamestown, NY (JHW), for example, is going from three B1900 dailies to three S340 dailies. USAirways Express has flown B1900s in there for as long as I can remember, and I don't think demand, on that route at least, really warrants a 75% increase in seat capacity.

Colgan does surprisingly well in EAS markets with larger-than-required planes. It attempts to stimulate demand in places like JHW, JST, BHB, PQI by offering nicer planes and/or more frequencies, and it often works.

(Also, note that all of the prop flying that is not a Dash 8 is not controlled by US Airways, it's controlled by US Airways Express affiliate carriers Air Midwest, Colgan, and Trans States.)

no more widebodies? not even a daily 767 form CLT or PHL?

The only reason for the intra-hub widebody flights is to reposition aircraft for international flights, and for maintenance. B767 heavy maintenance is done at CLT. B767 light maintenance is done at PHL. A330 heavy maintenance and most A330 light maintenance is done at CLT, with some minor A330 light maintenance done at PHL.

Looks like GRR is cut already. IIRC GRR-PIT started in July.

GRR-PIT has operated forever. It's GRR-PHL which started recently. And GRR-PHL is adding the frequencies that GRR-PIT loses, so GRR sees no loss in flying.
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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Tue Sep 07, 2004 2:03 am

As stated above, no more transatlantic flights for PIT. Does anyone know where the A330 & B767 that are used for FRA & LGW flights going? I haven't heard of US starting any new transatlantic flights from PHL or CLT. I would like to see CLT-CDG return, but that is probably wishful thinking.

 
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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Tue Sep 07, 2004 2:21 am

The 762's will probably operate extra runs to the caribbean and florida for the winter. However some speculation is that US could add another European destination to a Star city from PHL come the summer.
 
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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Tue Sep 07, 2004 2:43 am

Does anyone know where the A330 & B767 that are used for FRA & LGW flights going?

The widebodies will be used for increased capacity to the Caribbean this winter. As for next summer, I haven't heard anything. However, they could be used to increase Europe frequencies out of PHL, or to start some new yet-to-be-announced route, possibly even from a new gateway (e.g. BOS or FLL).

I would like to see CLT-CDG return

Unlikely. The CDG market already produces depressed yields compared to LON and FRA. Add to that the large amount of connecting passengers that a CLT-CDG route would require, and I don't see it happening. Neither CLT-CDG nor PIT-CDG performed very well when they operated.


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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Tue Sep 07, 2004 2:46 am

Does anyone know where the A330 & B767 that are used for FRA & LGW flights going?

In the immediate term, the A330 isn't going anywhere. They're beginning to come due for heavy maintenance, and US is going to do that this winter in order to have all the planes available for the summer schedule.

The excess 767s in the winter go to places like MCO, CUN, NAS, SJU, STT.

If US starts new transatlantic flights, they won't do it until the busy summer season.

I haven't heard of US starting any new transatlantic flights from PHL or CLT. I would like to see CLT-CDG return, but that is probably wishful thinking.

Right now, it looks like a safe bet that one of the planes will be used for the return of the 2nd PHL-LGW. As for the other plane, well, I can't imagine it would be out of CLT, and it certainly won't be CLT-CDG, which was a big loser. There's a chance that US could return to BOS-FRA; this was a much greater chance before the new FLL hub took their attention away from (re-)expanding at BOS. Otherwise, I'd just expect them to add another destination out of PHL. Haven't heard anything about a specific destination, but the usual suspects include MXP, CPH, WAW, VIE.
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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Tue Sep 07, 2004 2:51 am

A little more info on the heavies to the Caribbean:

- PHL-STT (St. Thomas, U.S.V.I.) is upgraded from a 757 to the 767.
- PHL-CUN will see an additional two frequencies on weekdays, one of them being a 767 (the mid-morning departure from PHL).
- The early morning PHL-SJU is upgraded from an A320 to a 767.
- CLT-SJU will see an additional A320 frequency, plus the current 757 will be upgraded to a 767.


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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Tue Sep 07, 2004 2:57 am

wow. Johnstown sees an increase of SF3's and a decrease of B1900D's... thats good! I guess that small cities are seeing an increase of seats... so i wonder why JST and other cities are getting the SF3 and not BE1's ...  Smile
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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Tue Sep 07, 2004 3:16 am

wow. Johnstown sees an increase of SF3's and a decrease of B1900D's... thats good! I guess that small cities are seeing an increase of seats... so i wonder why JST and other cities are getting the SF3 and not BE1's ...

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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Tue Sep 07, 2004 5:18 am

One more question...has the tale of the missing Airbus been figured out yet (as in, about the 319 that arrives LIR 25 minutes after it takes off)?
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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Tue Sep 07, 2004 8:17 am

To add to N670UW's list of destinations, PIT does retain Saturday A319 service to CUN, and Saturday/Sunday A319 service to SJU.

[Edited 2004-09-07 01:18:47]
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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Tue Sep 07, 2004 8:26 am

To add to N670UW's list of destinations, PIT does retain Saturday A319 service to CUN, and Saturday/Sunday A319 service to SJU.

Oops, missed the weekend flights. Embarrassment


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RE: Reduced US Airways PIT Schedule Released

Wed Sep 08, 2004 12:03 am

Here are some numbers that may be of interest:

There are 69 destinations.

25 will have at least some mainline service for now:
BDL, BOS, BWI, CLT, CUN, DCA, DEN, EWR, FLL, LAS, LAX, LGA, MCO, MIA, MSY, ORD, PBI, PHL, PHX, PVD, RSW, SAN, SEA, SFO, TPA

20 have regional jet service as their "best" service:
ALB, ATL, BNA, BUF, CMH, DAY, DFW, DTW, HPN, IND, MDT, MHT, ORF, RDU, RIC, ROC, SDF, STL, SYR, YYZ

4 have Piedmont Dash 8 service as their "best" service:
ABE, AVP, CRW, ERI
(Note where these cities are located. Then listen to Sen. Specter whine about how US doesn't care about his poor state.)

18 have affiliate turboprop service as their only service:
AOO, ART, BFD, CKB, CVG, DUJ, FKL, GSO, HGR, IAD, JHW, JST, LNS, LWB, MGW, PKB, SHD, TYS.

Of these 18, CVG/GSO/IAD/TYS are obviously not EAS cities. As such, the affiliate carriers could end service there whenever they wanted. (This is much likelier to happen at CVG/TYS than at GSO/IAD.)

I believe 13 of the remaining 14 are EAS cities, though not all are currently receiving subsidy. It appears that HGR is too close to IAD to be EAS-eligible, and it could lose air service if the affiliate carrier wanted to discontinue service there, like what happened at LBE/RDG this summer. The remaining 13 should be safe in terms of maintaining air service. Whether that service will stay at PIT, or indeed whether the service will stay as US Airways Express, remains to be seen.
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