US Airways reported a first-quarter net loss of $45 million, narrowed from a $103 million deficit in the year-ago period, and touted a continuing "rate of improvement" that it said likely will result in a "profitable second quarter." Chairman and CEO Doug Parker said US is well-positioned going forward even though its recent talks with United Airlines about a potential merger yielded no results (ATWOnline, April 23).  "All things being equal, we would prefer ...

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