US Airways is a major U.S. airline owned by the US Airways Group, headquartered in Tempe, Arizona. It operates an extensive international and domestic network, with 198 destinations throughout North America, South America, Europe, and the Middle East. The airline is a member of the Star Alliance Network and utilizes a fleet of 346 mainline jet aircraft and 285 regional jet and turbo-prop aircraft. The carrier operates the US Airways Shuttle, a US Airways brand which provides hourly service between Boston, New York and Washington, D.C. Regional airline service is branded as US Airways Express, operated by contract and subsidiary airline companies.
Frequent flyer program:
First Class First Class is the premium cabin on domestic and short-haul international service, and is offered on all mainline aircraft as well as US Airways Express aircraft over 50 seats. Seat pitch ranges from 35 to 38 inches and a seat width ranging from 20 to 21 inches. Free wine, beer and spirits and a snack basket are offered on all flights, as are pillows and blankets. Meals are provided on flights of 3.5 hours or longer.
Business Class Envoy is US Airways long-haul business class product, found on flights to Europe, the Middle East, and South America. Presently there are three types of Envoy seating in the US Airways fleet: Fully flat suites in a reverse herringbone 1-2-1 configuration are found on all Airbus 330 aircraft. These are the Cirrus model designed by Sicma Aeroseat and feature a fully flat semi-private "pod"; Angled lie flat seats on the Boeing 767-200; Internationally configured Boeing 757s feature deep recline cradle seats with around 165 degrees of recline.
Every seat has a personal on-demand video screen either attached to the arm rest or as a portable unit passed out by the crew that offers movies, games and syndicated television shows in multiple languages. There is also an EmPower or AC outlet at each seat.
Economy Class Economy class is available on all aircraft, with a seat pitch ranging from 30 to 33 inches and a seat width ranging from 17 to 18 inches. Domestic service features a buy-on-board program with full meals available for purchase on flights of 3.5 hours or longer, while shorter flights offer snack boxes. Coffee, tea, and soft drinks are complimentary with alcohol available for purchase. Transatlantic and South American flights include standard meals and beverages (including wine) free of charge, with premium meals available for purchase, which include one alcoholic beverage.
*Source of information: Wikipedia.