Column: Fuel cost prompts carrier to scale back night flights

Soaring fuel prices are prompting some carriers to cut overnight flights, leaving travelers with fewer choices, the Wall Street Journal's Scott McCartney writes. US Airways, for example, has scaled back its night operations in Las Vegas. "The Las Vegas night system is vulnerable," said US Airways President Scott Kirby. "Flights that made sense at even $85 for oil are not making sense today."

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