US Airways' mainline fleet will be reduced by 10 net aircraft to 339 by year end, representing the removal of 14 aircraft and the addition of four, according to Executive VP and CFO Derek Kerr. Speaking at the carrier's media day in Phoenix, he said the airline will retire five of its 24 737-300s and five of 28 757-200s as well as four E-190s of 19, all of which are dedicated to the East Coast shuttles. It added two A320s and two A330-200s in the first quarter, the only aircraft it ...

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