A $192 million fuel hedging gain pushed US Airways to a second-quarter net profit of $58 million, reversed from a $568 million loss in the year-ago period when goodwill impairment charges weighed on the bottom line. "It's a difficult economic environment, but US Airways is performing very well in that environment," Chairman and CEO Doug Parker said. He credited "very aggressive" cost control and $100 million in revenue generated from "a la carte" fees during the quarter. He noted that the ...

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