9/11 forced US Airways to make changes for the better

09/6/2011 | TheStreet.com

Doug Parker, the CEO of US Airways, recalls the tragedy of 9/11 and its 10-year aftermath that has led his airline to make several key changes, including a merger. "The merger is generally considered to have been successful, despite a failure to integrate pilot groups due to a controversial seniority ruling," Ted Reed writes.

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