US Airways adds new nonstop flights from Washington, D.C.

US Airways is currently expanding its route network. If you live in Washington D.C., or travel there frequently, this may interest you. The airline is adding several nonstop services between the national capital and destinations across North America.

US Airways adds new nonstop flights from Washington, D.C.

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On June 8, US Airways started flying nonstop daily between Reagan National Airport and San Diego International. This is the first time San Diego residents have had a direct link to Washington.

More Washington services are coming soon. From July 11, US Airways will fly nonstop daily to the following destinations:

Augusta, Georgia
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Toronto (Pearson), Ontario
Montreal (Trudeau), Quebec

From its hub at Reagan National Airport, US Airways has been steadily expanding its presence in Washington D.C. 22 new services have been added this year, with more expected soon.

Most Washington air traffic arrives at the larger Dulles International, but Reagan is the more convenient access point, located just three miles south of the downtown area. From here you can take an hourly shuttle service to LaGuardia Airport in New York City or Logan International in Boston

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