US Airways announced yesterday that it will cut 1,000 jobs in the first half of 2010 and implement a "realignment" of its flight network to focus on its "core network strengths," resulting in nearly all of its capacity operating to/from three hubs, one focus city and on its Northeast US shuttle service by the end of next year. US said the job cuts will include 600 airport passenger and ramp service workers, 200 pilots and 150 flight attendants. It will close crew bases at Las Vegas and New ...

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