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October 14, 1993
USAir Express Service said Tuesday that it expects to resume service at John Wayne Airport on Monday. The service was interrupted Friday when StatesWest Airlines of Phoenix, an independent carrier that had a marketing agreement with USAir Express to operate flights, announced it would cease operations. Jetstream International, a subsidiary of USAir Group Inc. based in Arlington, Va., will operate those flights until a permanent replacement carrier is named later this month.
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October 14, 1993
USAir Express Service said Tuesday that it expects to resume service at John Wayne Airport on Monday. The service was interrupted Friday when StatesWest Airlines of Phoenix, an independent carrier that had a marketing agreement with USAir Express to operate flights, announced it would cease operations. Jetstream International, a subsidiary of USAir Group Inc. based in Arlington, Va., will operate those flights until a permanent replacement carrier is named later this month.
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October 9, 1993 | JESUS SANCHEZ
Stateswest Airlines, which operates commuter flights for USAir in California and Arizona, ceased operations Friday after operating under Bankruptcy Court protection since December. The closure of Phoenix-based Stateswest temporarily leaves USAir without commuter air service in California. Stateswest carried passengers on 114 flights a day under the USAir Express name. USAir jet service is not affected by the shutdown.
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January 26, 1991 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Pacific Southwest Airlines relied on frequent flights, low fares and a free-wheeling corporate style to become a California institution during the 1970s. During the holidays, PSA flight attendants dressed up as Christmas trees. Others stunned travelers during the early 1970s by donning brilliant orange miniskirts. Even the airplanes wore smiles. And employees all seemed to exhibit a laid-back attitude that made many passengers think of San Diego-based PSA as The California Airline.
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