US Airways Moves to American Airlines Terminal at Miami International

us airwaysIn the next step to co-locate operations across the combined network, American Airlines Group Inc. today announced that US Airways will join American Airlines’ operation at Miami International Airport’s North Terminal, Concourse D on Wednesday, March 12.

Ticketing and baggage operations were co-located after the last departure on Tuesday night. US Airways has ended all operatiions at the South Terminal, Concourse J. American said the move will help facilitate a more seamless experience for customers starting or ending their travels in Miami or connecting on flights at the airline’s hub.

All US Airways ticketing and check-in, baggage services and customer service operations are now side-by side on Level 2 of Concourse D. US Airways flights will operate out of gates in nearby Concourse E, with easy access to connecting flights on American Airlines in both the D and E Concourses.


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With the move, US Airways Club members may now access two American Airlines Admirals Club lounges at Miami International Airport in Concourse D. Eligible US Airways customers departing from Concourse E can also access American’s Premium Lounge with Iberia and British Airways, located in Concourse E just beyond the security checkpoint on the fifth floor.

Customers traveling on American and US Airways should continue to check in for flights and conduct business with the specific airline operating their flight. American and US Airways provide approximately 350 daily departures to 121 destinations in more than 40 countries/territories from their combined hub at Miami International Airport.

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