US Airways received bankruptcy court approval to sell four of its 767s and one spare engine to Mountain Capital Partners LLC, an affiliate of Goldman Sachs, as part of a sale/leaseback agreement. The deal will provide the carrier with $30.8 million initially and another $10 million after recurrent maintenance checks through 2009. US Airways said it has been operating under a month-to-month agreement with Mountain Capital enabling it to return planes and the spare engine as it takes ...

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