US Airways is planning flights between Charlotte and Oklahoma City, as part of an application for a slot pair at Washington National.
The Tempe, Arizona-based carrier would offer twice-daily flights on the route with either 67-seat Bombardier CRJ700s or 79-seat CRJ900s, according to a regulatory filing on 5 December. US Airways Express would operate the flights.
US Airways proposed the flights as part of an application for two slots at Washington National vacated by Spirit Airlines. It is seeking the slots for a once daily flight between National and Oklahoma City.
The airline declines to comment on whether the Charlotte to Oklahoma City service is dependent on the National slots or offer a start date for the flights.
US Airways would be the only airline flying between Charlotte and Oklahoma City, according to Innovata schedules.
The carrier ended flights between Oklahoma City and both Las Vegas and Phoenix in September 2008 due to high fuel costs.