The new US Airways CEO has publicly stated that he wants to turn the New US Airways into an LCC but still be "full service". He has already cut pets in cargo, and no unaccompanied minors on connecting flights, meal service on long haul including Alaska and Hawaii is buy-on-board only, I am not even sure if they are still serving hot meals in First/Envoy class, by cutting these services how is that "full" service? is this just the beggining? What does the future US Airways look like? --A longer range Southwest or Jetblue?
The new CEO also stated he wants a more casual type of appearance of uniforms and laid back type of operation, anyone have a clue as to what that means? To me it means they are heading in the direction of Southwest and Jetblue (not that they are bad mind you, but not the US Airways I knew).