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Byline: Marcia Gelbart
Jun. 17--At Philadelphia International Airport, businessman Randy Moseley doesn't mind that he has to ride a shuttle bus to board the commuter jet that takes him home to Bangor, Maine.
Except when it rains.
"I've been caught having to wash or change my shirt because it's wet or stained," Moseley said the other day as he waited for his afternoon flight home. Sometimes, his whole suitcase gets wet, he said.
But as of today, those bad weather days are over for Moseley and most of the 39,000 other travelers who each week fly on small planes into or out of Philadelphia. US Airways' new 38-gate commuter terminal is open for business, less than two years after its ground-breaking.
Named Terminal F, the $99 million building will help the airline expand its presence here through its commuter service, US Airways Express. The new terminal also will make traveling easier for passengers and flight crews.
"Philadelphia, in our mind, is still a relatively underserved market," said B. Ben Baldanza, …