UPDATED: Some airlines' financial problems growing

Stories about the financial ills of several major airlines continue to flow in. On Thursday, it was US Airways turn to report its second-quarter the results. PHL's biggest carrier had a small profit because of special items related to fuel contracts. Overall, revenue was down dramatically. UPDATED: Here is The Inquirer's story from late Thursday about US Airways' results.  

The Inquirer had a good wrapup Thursday morning of what's been happening, and what industry analysts are saying about the prospects of US Airways, United and American in particular. Read that one here, 

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