There are 12 Dash 8 300s in US Airway’s Express service, which has a total of 358 planes. These planes have a total seating capacity of 50 passengers.
The US Airways Express service is run ten regional carriers: wholly-owned US Airways subsidiaries Piedmont Airlines and PSA Airlines; and seven affiliate carriers: Air Midwest, Air Wisconsin, Chautauqua, Colgan, Mesa, Republic and Trans States Airlines. US Airways Express features a fleet of jet and turboprop aircraft.
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im a big lady so it was kinda hard to set in the seat and the seat belts are never long enough , but thats on any plane , but they did give me a extra belt.seats ar small and oh very bumpy. But hey i didnt vomit...lol.....overall i would fly again.. The people were very sweet and helpful
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Seats 1D/F and 2D/F are facing, which means that one has to interlace one's knees with passengers in the facing seats.
I once saw four pro basketball players in these seats and it looked like spiders mating.
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I love these old prop planes. They are reliable and just itching to fly. When we were sitting on the runway waiting to be cleared for takeoff, you could feel the plane hopping in the wind.
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The seat belt in seat 13A is much shorter than other seats on this aircraft. Other seat belts on this plane fit, but not this one.
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