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As US Airways struggles, industry ponders 'what if'

N.E. airports, rivals consider moves in case carrier fails

By Keith Reed
Globe Staff / December 30, 2004

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Local airports and competing airlines are preparing themselves for a world without US Airways. The bankrupt airline faces several financial hurdles that will determine whether it survives beyond next month. What's more, the carrier is coming off a Christmas weekend in which a large number of employees calling in sick left thousands of passengers -- and their luggage -- separated ... (Full article: 850 words)

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