US Airways Philadelphia-Venice Flights
ABOVE: The US Airways Boeing 767-200ER carries
196 passengers nonstop between PHL and VCE.
On May 9, 2005,
US Airways began daily nonstop service between Philadelphia and Venice. The
seasonal service has been running from May through late October.
Flights use Boeing 767-200ER aircraft with 173 seats in coach
and 23 in Envoy Class.
Star Alliance offers interchangeable
US Airways is a member of the
Star Alliance, which includes
airlines such as Air Canada, Austrian Airlines, bmi (formerly British Midland),
LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Scandinavian Airlines, Spanair, TAP Portugal,
When you fly on an airline that belongs to an alliance, you can
have frequent-flyer miles or points assigned to your preferred frequent-flyer
program. For example, if you normally fly United, you can have your US Airways
Philadelphia-Venice miles credited to your United Mileage Plus account.
information on US Airways' flight schedules and fares, visit
We've flown US Airways through Philadelphia, and we can
recommend the airport. (The white rocking chairs along the main concourse
are a pleasant place to sit while killing time between flights.)
Delta Airlines also offers nonstop
service between the United States and Venice. On most days, Boeing 767 flights leave New York's JFK
International Airport in the evening,
arriving in Venice the next morning. Return trips to JFK depart VCE around 11
a.m. or noon, depending on the season. For details, check the flight planner at
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