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US Airways Names Dion Flannery President, US Airways Express.

TEMPE, Ariz. -- US Airways (NYSE NYSE

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) today announced that US Airways executive Dion Flannery, currently vice president, financial analysis, has been named president of US Airways Express US Airways Express is an airline brand name, rather than a fully certificated airline, and as such, the US Airways Express name is used by several individually owned airlines or airline holding companies which provide regional airline and commuter service for US Airways. . Flannery, 41, succeeds Robert Martens, who has announced his retirement from the airline. In his new role, Flannery will be responsible for oversight of US Airways' wholly owned regional carriers, Piedmont and PSA Airlines, as well as the seven regional affiliates that currently operate as US Airways Express. He will report to Chief Operating Officer Chief Operating Officer (COO)

The officer of a firm responsible for day-to-day management, usually the president or an executive vice-president.
 Robert Isom.

"Dion is an extremely capable executive whose analytical expertise and airline route planning and scheduling background provide the perfect combination to lead our Express team," said Isom. "We couldn't be more pleased to expand Dion's role and look forward to his leadership as we work towards improved reliability and convenience for our customers. We are also very grateful to Bob Martens, who came out of retirement to lend his expertise to our airline and establish a firm foundation for our Express division to build upon."

Martens, an airline industry veteran, joined US Airways in 2007 to evaluate strategies and future options for Express, direct the wholly owned regional subsidiaries Piedmont and PSA (Professional Services Automation) An information system designed to organize, track and manage all opportunities, work, resources, costs, revenues and invoices to improve the productivity and efficiency of the workforce. , improve performance, coordination and cooperation with Express partners, as well as identify a successor to continue that work longer term. "Bob has achieved what he was brought here to do and he is ready to turn over the reins to a successor," Isom said.

Martens will remain with US Airways for a transition period to assist Flannery in his new role as vice president in the US Airways organization and president of US Airways Express. The presidents of PSA and Piedmont, Keith Houk and Steve Farrow, respectively, will report to Flannery.

Flannery joined America West Airlines America West Airlines was one of the United States' ten major airlines. The airline was based in Tempe, Arizona, and is now a part of US Airways Group.

At the time of its integration into US Airways, the airline maintained two hubs, one at Phoenix Sky Harbor International
 in 2002 as vice president, route planning and scheduling. He became vice president, financial analysis in 2005. He began his career in 1993 at Continental Airlines, where he served in a variety of capacities including senior director, long-range schedule planning and charters.

Flannery earned his Bachelor of Science Noun 1. Bachelor of Science - a bachelor's degree in science

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 degree in Advertising from the University of Texas - Austin and his MBA from the University of Houston.

About US Airways

US Airways is the fifth largest domestic airline employing more than 36,000 aviation professionals worldwide. US Airways, US Airways Shuttle US Airways Shuttle is the brand for an hourly service offered by US Airways between Boston, New York, and Washington.

The shuttle has various food and beverage offerings that include:
  • Breakfast snack served on morning flights before 9 a.m.
 and US Airways Express operate approximately 3,800 flights per day and serve more than 230 communities in the U.S., Canada, Europe, the Caribbean and Latin America. US Airways is a member of the Star Alliance network, which offers our customers 17,000 daily flights to 897 destinations in 160 countries worldwide. This press release and additional information on US Airways can be found at (LCCG LCCG Light Catalyst Cracked Gasoline )

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