US Airways said it will reduce mainline Pittsburgh service to 22 daily flights from 31 from Jan. 6 and expects service provided by regional partners to drop to 46 daily flights from 77 as it "continues to maximize the financial stability of its Pittsburgh operation." Chairman and CEO Doug Parker said the PIT operation cost the company more than $40 million over the past year. US will close its pilot and flight attendant bases but will not furlough those employees, leaving approximately 500 ...

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