Company Watch - US Airways.


Oct 30, 2006

Airbus A350 delays could affect US Airways expansion, report says: The delay of the planned Airbus A350 could affect US Airways' expansion plan, according to media reports. Design issues and problems with the superjumbo A380 have forced Airbus to postpone the mid-sized A350's entry into service to as late as 2015. US Airways President Scott Kirby says no firm delivery dates have been set for the planes the company has ordered. Oct 27, 2006

Liquid ban hurts airline revenue. Airlines say the government's ban on liquids and gels in carry-on bags hurt their third-quarter revenue. The rules cost US Airways up to $40 million in lost ticket sales. AirTran Airways put lost revenue at up to $12 million. Oct 27, 2006

US Airways Group reports third-quarter loss on hedging, merger costs. US Airways Group reported a third-quarter net loss of $78 million, narrowed from a $99 million net loss in the year-ago quarter by the then-America West Holdings, which was considered the acquiring company in last year's merger. Oct 27, 2006

US Airways reports loss. US Airways Group Inc. on Thursday posted a net loss of $78 million for the third quarter after fuel hedging and merger-related costs. CEO Doug Parker says airport security regulations cost the carrier between $30 million and $40 million in revenue during August and September. Oct 26, 2006

Informatica Corp. announced that US Airways selected its PowerCenter data integration platform and PowerExchange data-access software. Oct 24, 2006


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