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In this Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012 photo, US Airways jets are parked at their gates at the Charlotte/Douglas International airport in Charlotte, N.C. American Airlines and US Airways announced Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013, that they're merging in a deal they value at $11 billion, creating the world's biggest airline. The combined carrier will be called American Airlines but run by US Airways CEO Doug Parker.
US Airways Group Inc.

HEADQUARTERS: Tempe, Ariz.

HUBS: Charlotte, Philadelphia and Phoenix.

CEO: Doug Parker.

YEAR FOUNDED: 1939 (as All-American Aviation).

EMPLOYEES: 31,236.

2012 REVENUE: $13.83 billion.

LATEST QUARTER: $37 million profit for the October-December quarter.

DESTINATIONS: 198.

FLEET: 340 mainline airplanes, plus 282 regional planes.

DAILY DEPARTURES: 3,208 (US Airways mainline 1,271, Airways express 1,937).

SHARE OF MAJOR MARKETS:

Charlotte, N.C.: 90 percent. 631 daily flights, including 266 on US Airways mainline. 135 destinations.

Philadelphia: 72 percent. 438 flights per day, including 150 on US Airways mainline. 113 destinations.

Phoenix: US Airways has 48 percent of enplanements. 274 daily flights, including 180 on US Airways mainline. 77 destinations.

Washington: 36 percent. US Airways considers this a "focus city," not a hub. 202 flights daily, including 60 mainline.


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