On March 27, US Airways announced it would reduce its transatlantic and domestic schedules by 6 percent due to decreased demand since the war began. The airline had already reduced its capacity by 28 percent since September 11, 2001.

London- Pittsburgh and London-Philadelphia flights will be suspended for the month of April. Service between Pittsburgh and Frankfurt also will be affected on certain days, as will the Philadelphia-Amsterdam route.

Domestic schedule changes, which will be in effect April 2 through May 3, will affect mostly evening flights departing from Pittsburgh and Charlotte, N.C.

A chart detailing the routes affected by the domestic schedule changes is available online at usairways.com/adjusted_schedule.

US Airways Express also had announced it will discontinue all service in Kalamazoo, Mich., and Madison, Wis., effective April 5. US Airways Express will also close its station in Baton Rouge, La., effective May 4, 2003.