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American Airlines and US Airways co-locate at London Heathrow and Paris, Charles de Gaulle

As American Airlines and US Airways continue to align the travel experience for customers, co-locations are taking place around the world.  
Effective 24 June 2014, US Airways flights to and from London Heathrow will move to operate from the airport’s Terminal 3, zone F. The US Airways ticketing and check-in desks will be located alongside American Airlines.  American Airlines operates a daily service between London Heathrow and Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Los Angeles, Miami, New York JFK and Raleigh Durham and US Airways serves Charlotte and Philadelphia. 


On the same day, US Airways flights to and from Paris, Charles de Gaulle will move to operate from the airport’s Terminal 2. The US Airways ticketing and check-in desks will be located nearby to American Airlines. American Airlines operates a daily service between Paris, Charles de Gaulle and Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Miami and New York JFK with a seasonal service to Boston and US Airways serves Charlotte and Philadelphia.   

These co-locations will have a significant impact for customers travelling on US Airways metal connecting onto other oneworld carriers, making it a seamless experience. In total 72 stations have been co-located from over 300 airports worldwide.

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