Hard to believe that just a few years ago U.S. airlines were enjoying record revenues. This year is expected to be the worst in aviation history, with U.S. carriers losing a record $6 billion, according to the International Air Transport Association. As we went to press, United Airlines had announced the layoff of another 9,000 employees — part of an effort to stave off bankruptcy for the nation's second-biggest carrier. US Airways is currently reorganizing under bankruptcy protection, and ...

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