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UPDATED: US Airways, Continental report storm-related losses

US Airways reported today that it lost $30 million in sales as a result of February snowstorms. Continental put its losses at $25 million. Read more about that here.

UPDATED: US Airways, Continental report storm-related losses

US Airways reported today that it lost $30 million in sales as a result of February snowstorms. Continental put its losses at $25 million. Read more about that here.

In other airline news, Continental said passengers can now upgrade to a seat with extra legroom for a fee, joining half a dozen other airlines with the charge. Here's that one.

UPDATE: The Inquirer's Linda Loyd wrapped up both airlines' reports in this article.

Tom Belden
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