I finished my trip on Monday at 6 pm in PHL. My car was in PIT and all the flights to PIT were full. I even tried to do something like PHL-DCA-PIT but the timing didn't work. I noticed the US Airways London Gatwick flight left at 8:55 pm so I found that the employee non-rev price was $52.00 round trip. A hotel would cost me that much I thought, plus I would get four meals going to London and back to PIT from there. So I decided to do it. I boarded a US Airways 767 in PHL. The time was 915pm. The coach interiors were standard US Airways just like you see in the photo section of this website. Envoy Class sort of resembles coach but the seats lack the red. Other than that the pattern is the same. I fell asleep immediately so I missed the safety briefing, but that is OK because I have it memorized word for word. I mean that literally. After take-off, I woke up and they were beginning to come by with the drink cart. I had a Diet Sprite. I find Diet Sprite and Sprite taste exactly the same so I went healthy. I fell asleep again, but woke up while they were serving dinner. The coach choices were chicken or pasta. I chose the chicken. It was a piece of grilled chicken breast served with mashed potatoes, grilled vegetables and gravy. Also there was a cold green bean salad, chocolate chip cookie, roll, and crackers with cheese. I chose Diet Sprite again to drink. After I ate, I fell asleep. There was a Woody Allen movie on so that helped a lot. The next thing I knew it was dawn over the English coast. They served a banana nut muffin in coach with drinks. I had orange juice, but declined the muffin. I had the middle three seats to myself, but the gentleman across the aisle talked to me. He was a proffesor at the Wharton School of Business. (Forgive me if I spelled that wrong.) He asked me what I was going to do in London. I was honest and told him I would clear customs then go back to Pittsburgh. After landing I ran through customs, came back upstairs, went to the US Airways ticket counter and passed through security. Then I went to gate 31. At the gate area I bought some of my friends candy. I forgot to mention an English born US Airways flight attendant helped me find everything. She has worked for US Airways since 1973. She told me she was born and raised in England and came to America to find work. She started on the Convair 580 flying trips to Altoona from Pittsburgh. Now after all these years she can visit her homeland in London. Back at gate 31, I boarded an A330 for PIT. This was my first A330 ride. While the coach seats are standard US Airways, Envoy has a totally different purple and grey pattern. The carpet throughout the whole cabin is totally different from any US Airways plane I have ever seen. While most USAir planes have dark grey with red, white, and blue spots, this carpet was gray, purple, and tan tweed. I fell asleep during taxi. I woke up to see part of the safety demonstration, which was done live. I fell asleep again and woke up over the Atlantic just in time for the initial beverage service. This time I had water. I decided to play with the excellent A 330 entertainment system. I watched "My Big Fat Greek Wedding". By then they were serving lunch. Again it was chicken or pasta. This time I had pasta. The pasta was green shells with cheese inside. There was a cheese sauce over it with esparagus. A small salad was on the side as well as bread cookies, a roll and crackers and cheese. After I ate, I watched "Spider Man" before falling asleep. I woke up two hours later thinking we must be close to PIT. Then the lady beside me said we still had six hours left. "This is a lot of trouble just to get from PHL to PIT" I thought. I watched a "Friends" episode, "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" again and then fell asleep. About four hours later they served a snack. It was served in a cardboard US Airways box and contained a strange sandwich which was in three layers. The first was cheese, the second was some sort of red pepper between bread, an the third was tuna with a strange stuffing. Believe it or not it was very good. There was also a Cadbury candy bar, and chips. After I ate, I spotted land. I knew PIT would be coming up soon. About an hour later we were on downwind and then we did a perfect landing. We arrived at the International terminal just in time to meet the Frankfurt and Paris flights. Needless to say, customs was packed. While waiting an hour to clear customs I spoke to our flight attendants. They represented a wide cross-section of US Airwasy history. One was a former Piedmont girl.....she was originally from Pittsburgh so she appreciated the merger. She said she was the "Token Yankee" at Piedmont. The other flight attendants were either from Allegheny or PSA. Both the Captain and FO were former PSA. It is apparent that the only thing US Airways gained from the PSA/USAir merger was a bunch of senior employees who immediately went to the top of the USAir seniority list. In fact, the "Big Iron" at US Airways is a fraternity of PSA employees. After clearing customs I ran to my car and drove three hours to my home. I am talking to much...... however, it was cheaper than a hotel room so I am going to do it again if the need presents itself. I got home at 7:00 pm.