Emerging Slowly

October 2004
Air Cargo World;Oct2004, Vol. 94 Issue 10, p8
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the state of U.S. major combination carriers. US Airways Inc. landed back in bankruptcy court in September 2004 for the second time in just two years and its own chairman has said the prospects for survival are slim. United Airlines Inc., meanwhile, is nearing the completion of two full years of operating under bankruptcy protection and its executives admit there is still a long way to go before the process is over. And Delta Air Lines Inc. in September 2004 announced a major revamp of its network, including scrapping its Dallas/Fort Worth hub, as part of a last gasp effort to avoid bankruptcy.


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