Posted June 02, 2019 07:10:16We all know the "no questions asked" rule in the US.The US Airways blog post about their new fares, for example, states: "We understand that your first flight may be booked online or through a travel agent, but you are asked to provide a valid US passport or visa."So, the rules are pretty simple, right?Wrong.It turns out, this "no queries asked" policy isn't as simple ...
U.S. Airways Flight Tracker is now updated to display Indianapolis to Bellevue from Chicago via Washington, D.C. and Chicago via Chicago.
This will allow for easier navigation when flying between these two hubs.
The update also includes updates to Indiana, which will be flying via D.A.R.E. and will be returning to Seattle via United Airlines.
The Chicago-Chicago route is currently available via the U.A.-Chicago app.
The Indiana route is available through U.P.
S and will include Chicago, Chicago, Indianapolis and Milwaukee.
A full list of updated cities and flights can be found here.