US Airways late Thursday night said it now has until the end of April to file a plan of reorganization with the US Bankruptcy Court after reaching agreement with two of its largest creditors, GECAS and GE Engine Services. The airline, which was expected to file its plan by April 15, said the date was moved "as the companies continue their discussions about US Airways' progress in finalizing a business plan." Late last year, the carrier inked a deal with GECAS and GEES to provide it with ...

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