US Airways yesterday said it will reduce its mainline fleet by a further 10 aircraft this summer. The move will have "a limited impact on flight schedules," the carrier said, and will result primarily in the temporary cancellation of some selected seasonal Caribbean and Florida service. It stressed that it does not expect to eliminate service to any cities and does not anticipate any additional furloughs. "As we continue to talk with potential investors, the elimination of unprofitable ...

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