Still trying to shed costs, US Airways yesterday unveiled plans to cut 2,500 more employees during the next three years and close one of its last three remaining heavy maintenance bases and reservations centers. The announcement came as little surprise following CEO David Siegel's warning earlier this month that the airline needed more cuts to survive continuing weak revenues (DAILY, Nov. 14). At the same New York event, Siegel said he foresaw no recovery until 2004 at the earliest, ...


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