US Airways reported a first-quarter net loss of $236 million, reversed from a profit of $66 million in the year-ago period, and said it increasingly will implement an "a la carte" pricing structure to counter rising fuel costs. Like several competitors, it already has announced it will charge economy passengers $25 for a second checked bag (ATWOnline, Feb. 27) and added yesterday that it will offer the opportunity to "pre-select and purchase. . .a premium aisle or window seat near the front ...

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