Despite a rough winter in the US Northeast and glitches related to last month's reservation system migration, US Airways Group still expects to report a first-quarter profit. "From an operational standpoint, we are happy to have the first quarter of 2007 behind us," President Scott Kirby said. Ice storms in both February and March created problems at US's Philadelphia hub, which, combined with complications that arose while merging the res systems of the old US and America West Airlines ...

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