(Reuters) - US Airways Group
Unit revenue, or passenger revenue per available seat mile, fell about 4 percent last month from a year earlier for US Airways and its regional airlines, the carrier said.
US Airways, which plans to merge with AMR Corp
Staff furloughs at U.S. air traffic control towers began April 21, causing flight delays at some airports. The Federal Aviation Administration suspended the furloughs after passage last week of a bill allowing the agency to shift money within its budget to halt them.
"We are pleased that the situation is resolved and we have returned to a more normal operating environment," US Air President Scott Kirby said in the company's Friday statement.
On Thursday, Delta Air Lines Inc
(Reporting by Karen Jacobs; Editing by Gerald E. McCormick)