US Airways announced the completion of a $1.25 billion debt refinancing transaction yesterday, allowing the carrier to pay off loans from America West ($250 million), the Air Transportation Stabilization Board ($551 million), General Electric Capital Corp. ($111 million) and "an affiliate of Airbus" ($161 million). A second Airbus loan of $89 million was forgiven as part of an agreement with the airframer. The new five-year loan, underwritten by GE Commercial Finance and Morgan Stanley ...

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