US Airways received interim approval from the bankruptcy court to sell and lease back five A330s, nine A319s and five A320s. If given final approval, the transactions will raise more than $120 million in liquidity. The court also approved a deal reached between US Airways and the US Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. resolving nearly $2.7 billion in claims. Under terms of the agreement, the carrier will pay PBGC $13.5 million in cash in addition to giving it a $10 million note and 70% of the ...

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