US Airways Chairman and CEO Doug Parker told employees in a Wednesday letter cited in press reports that "All airlines are going to have to make dramatic changes to their existing business models in order to viable," and that while he would not comment on any "specific discussions or transaction" that may involve US, the carrier "can't ignore what's happening in the world around us." Parker has been a consistent proponent of consolidation in the industry and was unsuccessful in his attempt ...

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