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US Airways Shrinks Pittsburgh Even Further

US Airways has been trying to get out of Pittsburgh gracefully for some time now (but they keep pulling me back in!), but it looks like the nail is in the proverbial coffin:  the carrier announced that it will shrink mainline service from 31 daily flights at the airport down to 22, and regional affiliate flights from 77 to 46.  They’ll drop service altogether to a bunch of cities, including Chicago and Denver.  They’ve lost more than $40 million at the hub over the past year, so this move is no shock.

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