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May 5, 2003
Midyear analysis from business group expected tomorrow The BWI Business Partnership will release its midyear analysis of the Baltimore-Washington International Airport business district economy tomorrow. The business partnership predicts that employment and income should grow at roughly double the national rate. For a copy of the analysis or information about the organization: 410-859-1000. Military members qualify for U.S. Airways offer U.S. Airways has introduced a discount program for U.S. military members, "Salute Savings," which features discount airfare prices.
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NEWS
May 5, 2003
Midyear analysis from business group expected tomorrow The BWI Business Partnership will release its midyear analysis of the Baltimore-Washington International Airport business district economy tomorrow. The business partnership predicts that employment and income should grow at roughly double the national rate. For a copy of the analysis or information about the organization: 410-859-1000. Military members qualify for U.S. Airways offer U.S. Airways has introduced a discount program for U.S. military members, "Salute Savings," which features discount airfare prices.
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BUSINESS
March 29, 1994
Pilots, Piedmont reach agreementPiedmont Airlines and its pilots reached a tentative agreement yesterday on a contract for the airline's 390 pilots, averting a threatened strike that could have disrupted commuter service between hubs and smaller airports.The tentative agreement ended months of negotiations, but both sides declined to discuss details until the pact is presented to the pilots for a vote.Piedmont Airlines is owned by USAir Group and is one of 10 regional airlines providing USAir Express service.
BUSINESS
By Paul Adams and Paul Adams,SUN STAFF | December 15, 2001
In a further sign of US Airways' diminishing presence at Baltimore-Washington International Airport, the Arlington, Va.-based airline said yesterday that it will close its Baltimore pilot and flight attendant crew base on June 1. The move is part of the airline's decision to eliminate its entire Baltimore-based MetroJet fleet, which accounted for more than half of US Airways' jet flights from BWI. Once the dominant airline at BWI, US Airways is now...
NEWS
April 24, 1999
William Bowen,70, a former Ohio state senator who was a champion of civil rights and sponsored a law giving minorities more state contracts, died in Columbus on Thursday of cancer.Tom Davis,81, founder of Piedmont Airlines, died Thursday in Winston-Salem, N.C. He founded Piedmont Aviation, which first sold single-propeller planes to private pilots in the 1940s and then became one of the country's biggest airlines, with annual revenues more than $2.5 billion.Frank J. Pasquerilla,72, chairman and chief executive officer of Crown American Realty Trust, died Wednesday in Johnstown, Pa. In 1988, Pasquerilla's estimated $350 million fortune earned him a place on Forbes Magazine's list of the 400 wealthiest Americans.
BUSINESS
By Suzanne Wooton and Suzanne Wooton,Staff Writer | January 6, 1994
Faced with cutthroat competition and growing demand created by low fares, USAir is significantly increasing its daily jet service at Baltimore-Washington International Airport.The Arlington, Va.-based airline, which added 13 daily jet departures at BWI this week, is set to announce plans todayto add 11 more daily jet flights beginning Feb. 16. That would bring the total jet departures to 121 a day, up from 88 less than two years ago.During the past six months, BWI has emerged as a hotbed of competitive pricing, sparked by the entry of Dallas-based Southwest Airlines in September and by low fares offered by Continental Airlines from BWI to a dozen cities.
BUSINESS
By New York Times News Service | July 13, 1993
Trans World Airlines is expected to name a chairman as early as today: William R. Howard, the former chairman of Piedmont Airlines, who was widely credited with turning that carrier into one of the more successful airlines of the 1980s.TWA, which has been operating under bankruptcy protection since January 1992, decided on Mr. Howard because he is highly regarded on Wall Street, as well as within the airline industry, people familiar with the expected appointment said. In recent years, the airline has had leaders with plenty of one or the otherquality, but not both.
BUSINESS
By Paul Adams and Paul Adams,SUN STAFF | December 15, 2001
In a further sign of US Airways' diminishing presence at Baltimore-Washington International Airport, the Arlington, Va.-based airline said yesterday that it will close its Baltimore pilot and flight attendant crew base on June 1. The move is part of the airline's decision to eliminate its entire Baltimore-based MetroJet fleet, which accounted for more than half of US Airways' jet flights from BWI. Once the dominant airline at BWI, US Airways is now...
NEWS
March 4, 2005
Mr. Brian Douglas Cox, 44, of Mount Airy, MD., died Wednesday, March 2, 2005 in Baltimore after a long illness. Born May 21, 1960 in Fort Campbell, KY, he was the son of Gerlinde Pflaumer-Yeater of Mt. Airy and the late Arthur C. Cox. Mr. Cox spent four years in Panama when his Father was stationed there. He went to the University of Florida. He was a flight attendant with Piedmont Airlines and later with US Airways. Before he got sick he did a lot of Volunteer work for Heal the Children.
NEWS
April 24, 1999
William Bowen,70, a former Ohio state senator who was a champion of civil rights and sponsored a law giving minorities more state contracts, died in Columbus on Thursday of cancer.Tom Davis,81, founder of Piedmont Airlines, died Thursday in Winston-Salem, N.C. He founded Piedmont Aviation, which first sold single-propeller planes to private pilots in the 1940s and then became one of the country's biggest airlines, with annual revenues more than $2.5 billion.Frank J. Pasquerilla,72, chairman and chief executive officer of Crown American Realty Trust, died Wednesday in Johnstown, Pa. In 1988, Pasquerilla's estimated $350 million fortune earned him a place on Forbes Magazine's list of the 400 wealthiest Americans.
BUSINESS
March 29, 1994
Airline, pilots reach agreementPiedmont Airlines and its pilots reached a tentative agreement yesterday on a contract for the airline's 390 pilots, averting a threatened strike that could have disrupted commuter service between hubs and smaller airports.The tentative agreement ended months of negotiations, but both sides declined to discuss details until the pact is presented to the pilots for a vote.Piedmont Airlines is owned by USAir Group and is one of 10 regional airlines providing USAir Express service.
BUSINESS
By Suzanne Wooton and Suzanne Wooton,Staff Writer | January 6, 1994
Faced with cutthroat competition and growing demand created by low fares, USAir is significantly increasing its daily jet service at Baltimore-Washington International Airport.The Arlington, Va.-based airline, which added 13 daily jet departures at BWI this week, is set to announce plans todayto add 11 more daily jet flights beginning Feb. 16. That would bring the total jet departures to 121 a day, up from 88 less than two years ago.During the past six months, BWI has emerged as a hotbed of competitive pricing, sparked by the entry of Dallas-based Southwest Airlines in September and by low fares offered by Continental Airlines from BWI to a dozen cities.
BUSINESS
By New York Times News Service | July 13, 1993
Trans World Airlines is expected to name a chairman as early as today: William R. Howard, the former chairman of Piedmont Airlines, who was widely credited with turning that carrier into one of the more successful airlines of the 1980s.TWA, which has been operating under bankruptcy protection since January 1992, decided on Mr. Howard because he is highly regarded on Wall Street, as well as within the airline industry, people familiar with the expected appointment said. In recent years, the airline has had leaders with plenty of one or the otherquality, but not both.
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