Citing high fuel costs as well as "the weak revenue environment caused by industry overcapacity and low fares," US Airways on Friday announced that it will adjust its schedule and return 11 737s to lessors beginning in May. However, the airline said the move will result in a net reduction of just 14 flights systemwide compared to its February 2005 schedule and the discontinuance of service to two destinations, as most service will be replaced with regional jets or by increased utilization of ...

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