US Airways A320. Photo: Courtesy, US Airways. US Airways posted third-quarter net income of $240 million, reversed from an $80 million net deficit in the year-ago period, saying the combination of "a modestly improving economy," capacity discipline and "moderate" fuel prices are creating an environment conducive to profitability. Chairman and CEO Doug Parker noted the net profit was the highest ever in a third quarter for the company including past performances ...

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