US Airways explains why it is scaling back

10/10/2007 | Aviation Daily

US Airways last week discussed plans to scale back its service in Pittsburgh, noting that the hub was no longer as profitable as it had been. The carrier offered a bit more information in response to employee questions about the move, explaining that revenues and growth are higher at other airports. Even with its reduced schedule, US Airways offers the most flights serving Pittsburgh.

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