US Airways A320. Photo: Courtesy, US Airways. US Airways reported a first-quarter net loss of $114 million, widened from a $45 million net deficit in the year-ago quarter, as surging fuel costs outweighed revenue gains. The March quarter result is "obviously not moving in the direction we want it to move," Chairman and CEO Doug Parker told analysts and reporters. "The driver of that is, of course, fuel. The price per gallon we pay for fuel is up 33% on a ...

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