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Fleet and Customs & Immigration engage CUSTOMS & IMMIGRATION Boeing 737-800 Boeing 777-200 ER and -300 ER Number in Fleet: 243 Seats: 150 Number in Fleet: 62 B777-200 Seats: 247 B777-300 Seats: 310 McDonnell Douglas MD-80 Airbus A330-200 and -300 Number in Fleet: 142 Seats: 140 Number in Fleet: 24 A330-200 Seats: 258 A330-300 Seats: 291 Embraer 190 Number in Fleet: 20 Seats: 99 Boeing 767-300ER Number in Fleet: 58 Seats: 214 U.S. Customs Declaration Form Please be sure to complete the customs declaration form distributed by flight attendants. All passengers traveling to the United States must fill out a form, individually or one per family, prior to landing. Embraer 170 and 175 Number in Fleet: 98 Embraer 175 Seats: 76 Boeing 767-200ER Embraer 170 Seats: 69 Embraer 175 Seats: 80 Number in Fleet: 6 Seats: 168 Need Your I-94 Admission Number? Go to Embraer RJ145 and RJ140 Seats: 204 Number in Fleet: 159 Embraer RJ140 Seats: 44 Embraer RJ145 Seats: 50 Boeing 757-200 Number in Fleet: 105 Seats: 176-184 Bombardier CRJ900 Number in Fleet: 73 Seats: 76-79 Seats: 176-190 Bombardier CRJ700 Airbus A321 Number in Fleet: 61 Seats: 63-65 Number in Fleet: 136 Seats: 102 Seats: 67 Seats: 187 Bombardier CRJ200 Number in Fleet: 138 Seats: 50 Airbus A320 Number in Fleet: 65 Seats: 150 Seats: 50 Airbus A319 Number in Fleet: 116 Seats: 128 Welcome to the United States CBP Publication Number 0228-0612 (07/12) Dash-8 100/200 and 300 Seats: 124 Number in Fleet: 38 Dash-8 100/200 Seats: 37 Dash-8 300 Seats: 50 I-94 Form Arrival/ Departure Card U.S. Customs and Border Protection no longer requires customers holding a visa for the USA to complete the paper I-94 Arrival/Departure Record. If your employer or local, state, or federal agency requires an I-94 for verification purposes, go to after your arrival to obtain an electronic copy of your I-94 admissions record. Please ask your immigration officer for more details. GLOBAL ENTRY Convenience Upon Arrival 214 TSA PRECHECK Ease your entry to the United States with Global Entry, a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Trusted Traveler program intended to expedite clearance. Global Entry is available for all preapproved, low-risk travelers at participating airports. Participants enjoy reduced wait times and no paperwork. For more information, visit Experience expedited screening benefits as you ease through security without removing your shoes, belt, or jacket. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has partnered with the U.S. CBP and select airlines to launch a voluntary expedited screening program with a select group of travelers. For more information, visit NOVEMBER 2014

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of US Airways - November 2014

Table of Contents
Perspective: CEO Letter
Editor's Letter
Making It Happen
Hot Spots: Cool Neighborhoods
Style Spotlight: Winterize Your Wardrobe
Connections: Everybody's Business
Great Escapes: Arizona
Great Escapes: A Taste of Italy
Diversions: Rails-to-Trails
Gear Up: Winter Warm-ups
Gear Up: Weather Glass
Adventure: Callaway Gardens
Adventure: Dominica
Adventure: Mississippi Delta
Special Section: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
University Spotlight: High Point University
Travel Feature: Inside Hong Kong
Special Section: The Golden Isles of Georgia
Special Section: Greater Palm Springs
Special Section: Military Colleges and Schools
Charlotte, USA
Special Section: Marina Del Ray
Down to Business: Bojangles® and Sport Clips
Best of Health: Miami Beach Foot and Ankle Surgery
Readers Resource Index
Your US Airways Guide
Audio Entertainment
Video Entertainment
U.S. and Caribbean Service Map
International Service Map
Airport Terminal Maps
oneworld alliance
Passenger Info/Contact US Airways
US Airways MarketPlace®
US Airways Fleet/Customs & Immigration
Window or Aisle?

US Airways - November 2014