US Airways returns on Philadelphia to Shannon route

US Airways’ Shannon to Philadelphia

Accompanied by Jim Tyrrell, Philadelphia Airport’s Deputy Director Aviation Property Management and Business Development; Suzanne Boda, US Airways’ SVP Airport Customer Service, International and Cargo, cut the inaugural ribbon and cake in Philadelphia…

…then hopped the Pond on the maiden service to do the same thing again in Shannon!

Posing with the Liberty Bell cake in Shannon were also Mary Kennedy, Declan Power and Isabel Harrison, Aviation Development, Shannon Airport.

Posing with the Liberty Bell cake in Shannon were also Mary Kennedy, Declan Power and Isabel Harrison, Aviation Development, Shannon Airport.

  • US Airways resumed services on the 5,100-kilometre route from Philadelphia, PA (PHL) to Shannon (SNN) on 22 May. The service, which was last operated by US Airways four years ago, returns to the airline’s network with daily frequencies, and is offered on a seasonal basis until 2 September. Mark Gale, Philadelphia Airport’s CEO, said: “The seasonal service to Shannon nicely complements the year-round flights to Dublin, and we are pleased to have this convenient service available to travellers in the region again.” US Airways deploys a 176-seat 757-200 in a two-class configuration to operate this seasonal link.

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