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Goodbye USAirways (soon!) – You will not be missed

The end of US Airways is coming near. American Airlines and US Airways have both sent out emails stating that the mileage programs of US Airways will be combined with that of American sometime in Q2 2015. This is just one step of the merger process, but it is a major one. The rebranding and…

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‘Welcome to US Airways – the new American and a proud member of the Star Alliance network’

‘Welcome to US Airways – the new American and a proud member of the Star Alliance network’ We are in ‘limbo-land’. Until March, when US Airways officially exits in the Star Alliance, this is the interesting greeting one gets to hear (or at least I got to hear) on US Airways flights, now a part…

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US – AA merger: The 1000 routes of competition

Background The department of justice (DoJ) last week sued to block the merger of US Airways (US) and American Airlines (AA). The merger would have created the largest airline in the world. That title today is held by United Airlines and/or Delta (depending on how you measure ‘largest’). The DoJs lawsuit states that the merger…

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Merger blues? US Airways Credit Card offer nor for upto 40,000 miles

*** OFFER IS NOW UPTO 40,000 MILES. WAS ORIGINALLY 50,000 *** Every time there is a merger between airlines, I have personally leveraged the opportunity to make sure I get miles in both airlines’ accounts. When the merger does happen, the miles get combined, raising their value. 40,000 miles each in two separate airlines accounts…

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