Airline stocks seem to fall in the cyclical category because of the spending habits of big business in the various regions of the business cycle. JetBlue, when it becomes a public company, seems to be a solid investment but US Airways has also caught my eye. Likely not to fall any lower than its current price on the heels of the DOJ's refusal to approve the UAL merger, it seems that US Airways has nowhere to go but up. Many on this board have mentioned its favorable balance sheet as an indication of its potential for success in the future. If not, then, US Airways remains a viable candidate for a larger airline to purchase. Am I correct in believing, then, that this would be an intelligent investment opportunity?