CHARLOTTE, N.C. – More flights are being added at Charlotte Douglas International Airport.
U.S. Airways announced Tuesday it is adding two more routes to Omaha, Nebraska, and Des Moines, Iowa.
The nonstop flights will connect the Midwest to the southeast, and further able to the company to get customers to the east coast.
Phoenix-based U.S. Airways has its largest hub in Charlotte and already flies to Omaha and Des Moines from Phoenix.
“The new flights at Charlotte Douglas International Airport are the next step in US Airways’ plan to focus on its core service areas of Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Phoenix and Charlotte, N.C.,” the company said in a statement.
The new service will begin on March 25.