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engage Giving Miles for Good A Gift for Good US Airways employees donate their time in communities, both local and abroad. ★ Nearly 3,500 US Airways employees are members of the airline’s Do Crew, a volunteer program that connects them with community projects. Every month Do Crew chapters in Charlotte, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Washington, DC, and Winston-Salem, North Carolina, actively volunteer with eric Mathieu local charities and organizations Another facet of with Daniel at for the betterment of communithe volunteer program, Casa de esperanza ties. And each year, Do Crew Destination: Do Crew, Orphanage groups commit thousands of has taken off in recent hours of their time. months, encouraging In cities without a Do Crew employees from across chapter, employees are encourthe system to head out aged to volunteer with a local of town to volunteer. nonprofit organization. To Events have taken show support for those efforts, place in Mexico, BelUS Airways donates $10 per hour gium, the Bahamas, (per employee) to the group. One such station in and across the United States. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, has coordinated at least A team in Brussels worked with Kiwanis, an one Do Crew project every month since July 2009. international organization dedicated to helping young children. In Cancún, employee leaders from throughout Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, Brazil, and the U.S. (including Robert Isom, chief operating officer, and Suzanne Boda, senior vice president) came together at the Casa de Esperanza Orphanage. They painted the building’s exterior and handed out books, toys, and caps to the children. And in Nassau, Do Crew volunteers visited the Elizabeth Estates Children’s Home, where they painted railings and doors, baked cakes, and sang songs. Philip Lockhart and Sharon Moss at elizabeth estates Children’s Home Above: Volunteering with Kiwanis in brussels are Gisele Meynaerts, station manager; Natalie Vanenburg, customer service agent (CSa); Johanna bataillie, CSa; Steven Goossens, customer service supervisor; Indira Janssens, CSa; and Sophie Wils, CSa To learn more about these programs, visit And to explore volunteer opportunities in your community, visit february 2013 171

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of US Airways - February 2013

US Airways - February 2013
Table of Contents
CEO Letter
From the Editor
Did You Know?
Making It Happen
Hot Spots: Best Literary Pilgrimages
Wine & Dine: Top Chefs on This Year's Trends
Wine & Dine: Comfort Food
Great Escapes: Secret Mexican Hideaways
Adventure: Best Hikes in the Valley of the Sun
Gear Up: Romantic Gestures
Destination 48: Phoenix
Travel Feature: La Magnifica Costa del Pacifico
US Airways Feature: Sky-High Sips
Best of Living: Scottsdale Saddles Up
Special Section: Chateau on Central
Best of Living: The Reef Residences at Atlantis
Williamsburg: Rediscovering the Revolutionary City
Arts Spotlight: Ovation
Special Section: Kentucky
Riding Lessons: Miller School of Albemarle
The Arts of Orange County
Must Read: Pandora's Lunchbox by Melanie Warner
Great Dates
Readers Resource Index
Your US Airways Guide
Video Entertainment
Audio Entertainment
U.S. and Caribbean Service Map
International Service Map
Airport Terminal Maps
US Airways Fleet/Customs & Immigration
Passenger Info/Contact US Airways
US Airways MarketPlace®
Giving: US Airways' Do Crew
Window or Aisle?

US Airways - February 2013