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Washington (vwd) - US Airways erhält eine an Bedingungen geknüpfte Kreditgarantie der US-Regierung über 900 Mio USD. Im Austausch für die Kreditgarantie erhält die Regierung ein Zeichnungsrecht auf zehn Prozent des Kapitals der Fluggesellschaft nach deren Reorganisation, wie das für die Genehmigung der Staatshilfe zuständige Air Transportation Stabilization Board (ATSB) am Dienstag mitteilte. Damit hat US Airways 90 Prozent der vorgeschlagenen Summe von einer Mrd USD erhalten. Um den Kredit zu erhalten müsse die insolvente Fluggesellschaft die vorher festgesetzten Bedingungen des ATSB erfüllen.

US Airways teilte mit, sie befinde sich auf dem besten Weg, um den Gläubigerschutz nach Chapter 11 am 31. März zu verlassen. Bisher hat die Behörde nur zwei Mal staatliche Kredithilfe gebilligt: für America West und America Trans Air. Außerdem will der Hauptaktionär des Unternehmens Retirement System of Alabama (RSA), 240 Mio USD in US Airways investieren Die Fluggesellschaft will bis Ende März das im August 2002 beantragte Insolvenzverfahren erfolgreich abschließen.
vwd/AWP/DJ/12.2.2003/nas/ip

12.02.2003, 07:00



Hier steckt unglaublich viel Potential
drin!

Bin gespannt, wie die Amis die Aktie
heut hochschnellen werden!!!


:eek:
dausend???

nee Spaß beiseite!

denke so etwa 80-100%!

Die sind ja förmlich reif für eine solche Story!
Das läßt sie mal den ganzen Mist der rundrum ist kurz vergessen!:D :D :D
Selbst in FRA nur Käufe!

Na wenn das nicht mal der Tagesgewinner wird....

da weiß ich auch nicht!
..SCHÖN DARAN IST EINZIG...

DAS SIE BIS ENDE MÄRZ AUS DER INSOLVENZ GEFÜHRT WERDEN SOLL!!!

Was d.h. kann sich jeder denken...NEUE INVESTOREN..wie die in den NEWS...beschrieben..werden dann nicht lang auf sich warten lassen...

;)
Catchup:

Also wenn die US Airways eine Zahlung geben, warum sollten sie eine dann auch UAL geben?
@Wallgreek

Und warum bekomme ich dann bei Consors keine, wenn ich in Frankfurt odere...???

GN
Ihr Helden, wann und zu welchem Kurs wurde das Teil zuletzt in USA gehandelt????
7:23:15 AM US Airways erhält staatliche Kreditgarantie über 900 Mio USD Washington (AWP 99/vwd) - US Airways erhält eine an Bedingungen geknüpfte Kreditgarantie der US-Regierung über 900 Mio USD. Im Austausch für die Kreditgarantie erhält die Regierung ein Zeichnungsrecht auf zehn Prozent des Kapitals der Fluggesellschaft nach deren Reorganisation, wie das für die Genehmigung der Staatshilfe zuständige Air Transportation Stabilization Board (ATSB) am Dienstag mitteilte. Damit hat US Airways 90 Prozent der vorgeschlagenen Summe von einer Mrd USD erhalten. Um den Kredit zu erhalten, müsse die insolvente Fluggesellschaft die vorher festgesetzten Bedingungen des ATSB erfüllen. US Airways teilte mit, sie befinde sich auf dem besten Weg, um den Gläubigerschutz nach Chapter 11 am 31. März zu verlassen. Bisher hat die Behörde nur zwei Mal staatliche Kredithilfe gebilligt: für America West und America Trans Air. Ausserdem will der Hauptaktionär des Unternehmens, Retirement System of Alabama (RSA), 240 Mio USD in US Airways investieren. Die Fluggesellschaft will bis Ende März das im August 2002 beantragte Insolvenzverfahren erfolgreich abschliessen.
Ich warte bis ENDE März...wenn die Meldung der Aufhebung der Insolvenz kommt...

;)
@wall

und warum eigentlich nicht? Die Mehrzahl der shares sind bei UAL in Händen der 80.000 Mitarbeiter. Bush will Krieg machen, er braucht gute Stimmung im land. Ich denke UAL wird geholfen...

catchup
@Speckratte:

Die Meldung kam gestern außerbörslich.

Bis dahin sah der Handelsverlauf so
aus:

Haaaalllooohhhh

wann und zu welchem Kurs wurde das Teil zuletzt in USA gehandelt und warum sind die im Dez von 0,65 auf 0,2 abgeschmiert (wurde kürzlich die Notierung in USA eingestellt??)
@siam

Nein, war eine Fehlermeldung bei Consors...Feuer frei!!

GN
Vielleicht könnte MIR jemand helfen:

Bin auf der Suche nach einem amerikansichen
Message Board.

Weder bei Yahoo, noch bei Ragingbull
kann man was erfahren.
an der OTC wird erst ab 15.30 MEZ gehandelt

bis dahin müssen die amis in D einkaufen...:D:)
...mensch da gehen immer grössere Blöcke weg...

:D

LAST rd. 25.000
@Wallgreek

...nach meiner Erfahrung läuft so eine Nachricht selten unter 80-100 % ab, wie ist Deine Meinung?

GN
Sieht nach einer 2.Mobilcom aus!


An alle: Der olympische Gedanke zählt!!! Dabeisein ist alles!!!
mal dumm gestellt:

wenn ich jetzt in fra kaufe, wie geht`s dann weiter?
@Günther:

1. mal heiss ich Wallgrekk und nicht Wallgreek,
2. ja, normalerweise schon.
3. aber: US Airways ist noch nicht aus Chapter 11
draussen, aber die Chancen sind nun immens gestiegen!!!
@34

...hoffen das das Ding in Amiland mindestens 100% macht!

Alles klar!
Wären dann sicherlich nochmal bei uns 20-30% Aufschlag!
wer lesen kann, ist klar im vorteil, die amis werden euch abrasieren:


die aktie ist wertlos!




Court Approves US Airways Disclosure Statement



Action Clears Way for Plan of Reorganization Vote by Creditors

Nation`s 7th Largest Airline Targets March 31 to Emerge From Chapter 11
As It Completes `Fast-Track` Reorganization



ARLINGTON, Va., Jan. 17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- US Airways Group, Inc. today was given authorization by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Alexandria, Va., to solicit approval from its creditors on its plan of reorganization that provides for the airline`s emergence from Chapter 11 protection in March 2003.
At the conclusion of a two-day hearing, Judge Stephen S. Mitchell, of the Bankruptcy Court of the Eastern District of Virginia approved the company`s disclosure statement as having adequate information for the solicitation, and authorized the airline to distribute its disclosure statement and plan of reorganization. The company will mail notice of the March 18, 2003, hearing on the final approval of its plan of reorganization to more than 144,000 interested parties. The mailing will initiate a 38-day process in which qualified claim holders will be allowed to vote on the company`s plan.

"The court`s approval was critical to our efforts to complete our restructuring quickly, and keeps us on our timeline for emerging from Chapter 11 this spring," said David N. Siegel, US Airways president and chief executive officer. "We are committed to positioning the airline so that our passengers, our employees and the communities we serve will benefit from our future success."

Among the key points of the company`s proposed plan:

* The company must secure final approval of the $900 million federal
guarantee from the Air Transportation Stabilization Board (ATSB) for a
$1 billion loan, to be used as exit financing upon emergence and also
close its investment agreement with RSA.

* The company is pursuing a legislative solution, in cooperation with its
pilots union, to implement an amortized pension funding plan. If those
efforts are unsuccessful, the company will have no choice but to
terminate the existing pilot pension program and begin formal
negotiations with the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) on an agreeable
replacement plan, with an anticipated completion of March 2003.

* As previously disclosed, the plan provides that the existing common
stock of the parent company will be cancelled.


* The Retirement Systems of Alabama (RSA) will invest $240 million upon
emergence, and will hold the lead investor position in the company with
a 36.2 percent stake (on a fully diluted basis). The remaining stock
will be divided among the unsecured creditors (10.5 percent); the ATSB
(10.0 percent); General Electric (5.0 percent); members of ALPA (19.3
percent); other employees (10.8 percent); management (7.8 percent); and
other ATSB loan participants (0.4 percent).

* A newly-reconstituted 15-member Board of Directors will be appointed, to
include eight nominees selected by RSA, four representatives of US
Airways union groups (the Air Line Pilots Association, the International
Association of Machinists, the Association of Flight
Attendants/Transport Workers Union, and the Communications Workers of
America), CEO David Siegel, and two independent directors nominated by
the company in consultation with the Committee of Unsecured Creditors.

* Valuations included in the Disclosure Statement estimate the value of
the total common equity and warrants of the reorganized US Airways in
the range between $425 million and $645 million.

* On a consolidated basis, claims aggregating approximately $61 billion
were filed against the company. While there can be no assurance that
the company will be successful in its claims administration process, the
company estimates that claims will finally be allowed in the range of
$2.1 to $2.2 billion for secured claims, $200 million to $1 billion for
PBGC claims, and $2.5 billion to $3.1 billion for unsecured claims.
Holders of allowed secured and priority claims are estimated to recover
their fully-allowed claims, while recoveries to PBGC and general
unsecured claims are estimated to be in the range of 1.2 percent to 1.8
percent of their allowed claims.



The filing does not address specifics as to which airport or aircraft leases or other executory contracts will be assumed or rejected. These and other details will continue to be the subject of negotiations and finalization over the next several weeks.
"I am especially grateful for the cooperation of our employees in both making sacrifices to help save our airline, as well as ensuring that this has been a seamless process for our customers," said Siegel. "I also want to compliment the efforts of the ATSB and its staff members in working closely with us throughout this restructuring.

"We are very appreciative of the continuing support and financial commitment of the Retirement Systems of Alabama to US Airways, as well as the formal endorsement of our plan of reorganization by the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors," added Siegel, who noted that RSA has approved the disclosure statement and plan of reorganization under the DIP and investment agreements.

Judge Mitchell laid out a timeline that includes:

* Jan. 9, 2003 Holders of claims as of this date will receive plan
solicitation materials or notices.
* Jan. 31, 2003 Last date for US Airways to mail solicitation
packages.
* Feb. 14, 2003 Deadline for creditors to file motions to seek
temporary allowance of claims (for voting purposes
only) that have been objected to by US Airways.
* Feb. 27, 2003 Deadline for US Airways to file plan exhibits.
* March 7, 2003 Date on which claims will be allowed for voting
purposes unless objected by US Airways.
* March 10, 2003 Deadline for receipt of ballots on the Plan of
Reorganization and filing objections in the
Bankruptcy Court to confirmation of the Plan of
Reorganization.
* March 18-20, 2003 Confirmation hearing on Plan of Reorganization
* March 31, 2003 Target emergence date from Chapter 11.



US Airways is the nation`s seventh-largest airline, serving more than 200 communities in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and Europe. Most of its route network is concentrated in the eastern U.S., where it is the largest air carrier east of the Mississippi. It employs approximately 33,000 people and operates a fleet of 279 mainline jet aircraft. US Airways and its US Airways Express partner carriers operate more than 3,400 flights per day.
The company filed for Chapter 11 protection on Aug. 11, 2002, after the impact of the September 11 terrorist attacks led to almost $2 billion in losses in the subsequent four quarters of operation. It is the only major U.S. airline to receive unanimous conditional approval of the federal loan guarantee from the ATSB, and its restructuring efforts have been described by airline industry analysts in very positive terms with regard to the company`s commitment to long-term success and positive labor-management relations. Since filing for Chapter 11 protection, US Airways has implemented schedule changes which have preserved service to virtually all of the communities in its route network and has been at the top of the U.S. Department of Transportation monthly customer service reports.

Bankruptcy law does not permit solicitation of acceptances of the Plan until the Bankruptcy Court approves the applicable Disclosure Statement relating to the Plan as providing adequate information of a kind, and in sufficient detail, as far as is reasonably practicable in light of the nature and history of the debtor and the condition of the debtor`s books and records, that would enable a hypothetical reasonable investor typical of the holder of claims or interests of the relevant class to make an informed judgment about the Plan. Accordingly, this announcement is not intended to be, nor should it be construed as, a solicitation for a vote on the Plan. The Company will emerge from Chapter 11 if and when the Plan receives the requisite creditor approvals and is confirmed by the Bankruptcy Court.

Certain of the information contained in the Plan and Disclosure Statement should be considered "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 that reflect the Company`s current views with respect to current events and financial performance. Such forward looking statements are and will be, as the case may be, subject to many risks, uncertainties and factors relating to the Company`s operations and business environment which may cause the actual results of the Company to be materially different from any future results, express or implied, by such forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from these forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, the following: the ability of the Company to continue as a going concern; the ability of the Company to operate pursuant to the terms of the DIP facility; the Company`s ability to obtain court approval with respect to motions in the Chapter 11 proceeding prosecuted by it from time to time; the ability of the Company to develop, prosecute, confirm and consummate one or more plans of reorganization with respect to the Chapter 11 cases; risks associated with third parties seeking and obtaining court approval to terminate or shorten the exclusivity period for the Company to propose and confirm one or more plans of reorganization, for the appointment of a Chapter 11 trustee or to convert the cases to Chapter 7 cases; the ability of the Company to obtain and maintain normal terms with vendors and service providers; the Company`s ability to maintain contracts that are critical to its operations; the potential adverse impact of the Chapter 11 cases on the Company`s liquidity or results of operations; the ability of the Company to fund and execute its business plan; the ability of the Company to attract, motivate and/or retain key executives and associates; and the ability of the Company to attract and retain customers; demand for transportation in the markets in which the Company operates; economic conditions; labor costs; financing costs; aviation fuel costs; security-related costs; competitive pressures on pricing (particularly from lower-cost competitors); weather conditions; government legislation and regulation; consumer perceptions of the Company`s products; and other risks and uncertainties listed from time to time in the Company`s reports to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. Other factors and assumptions not identified above are also involved in the preparation of forward-looking statements, and the failure of such other factors and assumptions to be realized may also cause actual results to differ materially from those discussed. The Company assumes no obligation to update such estimates to reflect actual results, changes in assumptions or changes in other factors affecting such estimates other than as required by law. Similarly, these and other factors, including the terms of any plan of reorganization ultimately confirmed, can affect the value of the Company`s various pre-petition liabilities, common stock and/or other equity securities. No assurance can be given as to what values, if any, will be ascribed in the bankruptcy proceedings to each of these constituencies. Accordingly, the Company urges that the appropriate caution be exercised with respect to existing and future investments in any of these liabilities and/or securities.

SOURCE US Airways

-0- 01/17/2003

/CONTACT: David Castelveter of US Airways, +1-703-872-5100/

/Web site: http://www.usairways.com/

(U)

CO: US Airways; Retirement Systems of Alabama; RSA; Air Line Pilots

Association, the International; ALPA; Air Transportation Stabilization

Board; ATSB ST: Virginia IN: AIR LEI TRA FIN SU: LAW BCY
@Wallgrekk

sorry, aber Dein Nick ist zu kompliziert für mich...ich bin Fußballer und kein Germanist.

GN
Bei der aktuellen burn-rate bedeutet das nur ein
weiteres Jahr Aufschub.

Interessant übrigens, daß die US-Regierung U unterstützt,
obschon gerade erst ein größerer Posten Airbus-Maschinen
gekauft wurden und US Airways generell von Boeing auf
Airbus wechselt. Eine Unterstützung von AMR oder CAL
würde da weitaus eher ins wirtschaftspolitische
Paradigma passen.

Fundamental gesehen, ist die Aktie wertlos:
EK: -3,5 Mrd.$ und ein großer Teil der Aktiv gammelt
in der Wüste von Arizon vor sich hin:
http://biz.yahoo.com/fin/l/u/u_qb.html
..mmmhhh...richtig!

Wer lesen kann ist klar im Vorteil....

...und kauft!

;)
@Berta

...lesen allein reicht nicht, zumindest nicht an der Börse!

GN
...mit Genehmigung schon...

Denn es ist im Plan...und ERST wenn die Restrukturierung..innerhalb eines festen Zeitplans nicht greift...ach was solls...soll jeder selbst nachlesen...
;)
hallo berta

so ne news ist alle mal ein Zock wert....

die ersten stücke sind an der otc auch schon gehandelt
worden zu 0,22 $

mal schauen was heute hier bei rauskommen wird.....
Könnte uns jemand mit
Realtime US-Kursen auf
dem Laufenden halten?

Auch vorbörslich?

Herzlichen Dank!
"As previously disclosed, the plan provides that the existing common stock of the parent company will be cancelled."

Das int. an dieser und den Meldungen davor ist doch der Absatz sehe ich gerade.

Das bedeutet doch das die Aktie so oder so wertlos wird. Auch wenn Ch. 11 durchgeht.
Hallo Leute!

Lasst euch nicht verarschen und euch um euer Geld bringen, ich verfolge die Sache um US Airways und UAL schon sehr lange, aber seht selbst nachstehend:

The Retirement Systems of Alabama (RSA) will invest $240 million upon emergence, and will hold the lead investor position in the company with a 36.2 percent stake (on a fully diluted basis). The remaining stock will be divided among the unsecured creditors (10.5 percent); the ATSB
(10.0 percent); General Electric (5.0 percent); members of ALPA (19.3 percent); other employees (10.8 percent); management (7.8 percent); and other ATSB loan participants (0.4 percent).

Die Aktionäre erhalten an US Airways Null - die Aktien werden an die Investoren übertragen. Zählt aber selbst die Prozent zusammen und ihr werdet feststellen, dass es sich hierbei um 100% handelt und von Aktionären nichts geschrieben steht!

mfg

GUMMISTIEFEL

P.S.: Und seit wann gibt es an der OTC vorbörsliche Kurse?
Leute, hört auf so viel zu spekulieren.

Es geht um einen Zock!!!
Nicht mehr und nicht weniger!!!

Wir werden einfach warten und sehen,
was die Amis machen.
@gummistiefel

1.Kursbewegung in Ameri´ka

08:02:25 0.220 10000 OTCBB

Warum auch immer, es hat den 1.Umsatz dort gegeben.
Ja, nur der Absatz besagt das der Wert je Aktie bei 0,00 liegt, trotz der News.

:eek:
gummistiefel

siehe
www.wallstreetcity.com

wurden bislang nur 10 K umgesetzt,
daher habe ich auch geschrieben "die ersten Stücke"
@v51


du hasts erkannt, scheint ja doch nicht nur hirntote hier zu geben

das ding ist kz 0, ich lege mal ein shortlimit :)
@fussballspieler

wo bitte kann ich vorbörsliche Kurse der OTC-Werte einsehen?

mfg

GUMMISTIEFEL
rofl


in usa fixing stopped, weil die aktien übernommen werden und für den aktionär wertlos verfallen-so wird es wohl sein?! :)


brüller, netter push mit 35% aufschlag für etwas, was nix wert ist, na viel spass, kauft mir mal bei 24 paar ab, bevor es soweit ist bitte

danke sehr


:D :D :D
wally

kann dir keine BM schicken....


kurse an der OTC unter

www.wallstreetcity.com oder unter
www.pinksheets.com
@Berta,
nö. Ich warte erst, bis das Ding
heute in den USA über 0.50 geht:laugh:
:eek:
ist doch scheißegal ob die Aktien demnächst "wertlos" werden. Bei solchen Meldungen wird doch immer gezockt, wann denn sonst?

Auffällig sind aber die großen Mengen die geschmissen werden( Zock geht evtl nicht auf)
Feds Approve US Airways Loan Guarantee

Feb 12, 2003 (AP Online via COMTEX) -- The Air Transportation Stabilization Board on Tuesday agreed unanimously to guarantee 90 percent of a $1 billion loan US Airways Inc. has said it needs to continue operating.

The $900 million federal guarantee is a key part of the company`s Chapter 11 reorganization plan that was accepted by a federal bankruptcy court judge last month.

US Airways, the nation`s seventh-largest airline, sought the loan guarantee last summer.

The board said US Airways` "management has pursued a disciplined approach to executing its restructuring plan and reacting to changing economic conditions in the airline industry."

Approval is subject to final bankruptcy court confirmation of US Airways` reorganization plan and regulatory approval of the company`s plan to replace its pension plan with a defined-contribution plan. The airline plans to leave bankruptcy by March 31.

The pension issue remains unresolved. A bankruptcy judge will hear arguments Feb. 20 on the airline`s plan to terminate its pension plan with the pilots to close a multi-billion-dollar funding gap.

The pilots` union has already filed a grievance with the National Labor Relations Board, and said it is considering all options, including a strike, to keep its pension plan intact.

"The company does not have carte blanche to execute a plan that harms so many pilots in such a substantive way," said Roy Freundlich, a spokesman for the US Airways unit of the Air Line Pilots Association. "A strike is always in the picture when you have a mounting conflict."

Freundlich said the union believes a strike would be legal under federal law if the union`s contract with the airline is broken in court.

US Airways said in April that it would seek federal loan guarantees under a $10 billion plan approved by Congress to shore up the transportation industry after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The company formally applied for the loan last June and received conditional approval soon after. It filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in August.

The company lost $2.1 billion in 2001, $852 million in the first three quarters of 2002 and has laid off about 30 percent of its work force of 46,000.

U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Stephen Mitchell in Alexandria, Va., gave preliminary approval to the company`s reorganization plan last month.

The Arlington, Va.-based airline has said it needs to cut costs by $1.6 billion to remain viable. The reorganization plan hinges on US Airways securing the loan guarantee as well as a $240 million investment from the Alabama state pension fund.

The transportation board said Tuesday its approval also requires final approval of the Alabama investment.

In return for the loan guarantee, the government will receive a 10 percent interest in the reorganized airline`s stock. The board said it considers that stake "sufficient participation in the applicant`s potential future gains."

Not everyone considers the guarantee a wise investment by the government.

Kenneth Button, a professor of public policy at George Mason University, said the need for a government guarantee indicates that private lenders may not believe US Airways represents a worthy financial risk.

"There is a serious problem with the government getting involved in guaranteeing loans," he said. "Either the market would have done it anyway, or it shouldn`t happen."

By MICHAEL BUETTNER Associated Press Writer


Copyright 2003 Associated Press, All rights reserved

-0-

APO Priority=r APO Category=1310

SUBJECT CODE: 1310
aber gut, wenn sie in usa auf 50 gehen, kann mir sie ja jemand günstig für 24 abkaufen, ich bin dann short


ist doch voll billisch dann, macht 100% gewinn für den käufer wenns auf 50 geht, na los


:D :D :D
US Board

Re: UAWGQ.PK GET`S 1 BILLION LOAN!
by: footballindividual 02/11/03 03:49 pm
Msg: 121092 of 121210
Sorry Larry, getting the loan means it will only be LESS time before UAWGQ stock is canceled, so it is BAD news for the traders.


Ui, die Amis sehn das auch so. Die wird nieder gemacht.
0,205



was denn los, keiner kauft die mir ab, find ich aber net schön, die steigt doch auf 50 heute, ich geb sie ab für 24, wenn das nix is für schnäppchenjäger?

naja, pusht mal weiter, hab ich was zum lachen, ne wertlose aktie auf 35% plus bringen ist nicht übel
beschäftigt euch vielelicht mal mit orbis, bei usg ist eh nix zu holen, nette sache im umlauf, da knallts bald

:)
Wieso ziehen die Taxen in F wieder an?
Die Firma ist doch so gut wie pleite!

KMS
Was sind das nur für Trottel, die jetzt kaufen, dazu noch mit Aufschlag gegenüber den Wucherpreisen von gestern.
Die Firma ist am Ende!

KMS
:p
Die Amis haben keine Ahnung.
Das ist echt kein Qualitätswert.
Strong sell!

KMS
Ich bleib aber trotzdem noch
drin - ist eh nur Taschengeld...


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@ Wallgrekk

kannst du mir Kürzel für OTCBB reinstellen, Danke.

mfg Paros
Kurs zieht bei den Amis an.
Na ja, nur ein Strohfeuer.
Da kommt bestimmt noch billiger rein.

KMS
0,183 kurs hier, ihr hattet Zeit

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wer bietet hier 21 ? die sind nichtmal 19 wert
@ wallkrieg : ein versuch war`s wert??????????????????????
was war denn da bitte schön einen versuch wert?????????????ist ja nicht besonders selbstkritisch!
da treibst du bei 0,23 solche absolut leichtgläubigen dumpfbacken wie mich in diesen katastrophenwert, und wenn er dann bei 0,18 steht dann wars den versuch wert??????????
@ Bleib mal auf dem Boden!!!

"Jeder ist seines eigenes Glückes Schmied!"

Alles Klar????????:laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
alle verstummt, sowas

tt 18


lol


solche substanzlosen pusher würde ich mir merken :)
:D :D :D :D
letzte News:

UNITED AIRLINES: United and US Airways continue to enhance marketing agreement Route network further expanded with additional code-share flights


CHICAGO, Feb 12, 2003 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- United and US Airways
continue to enhance their marketing partnership with additional code-share
flights now available for sale, the fourth wave of flights since the code share
was introduced in January 2003.

Through this new phase of code sharing, United customers now have expanded
access to 131 new flight segments, including US Airways` east coast Shuttle
market. US Airways customers now are able to travel on 126 new flight segments
in the eastern and southeastern United States, including Atlanta and Baltimore
from Denver and Chicago. More code-share flights will be introduced later in
February and beyond.

United will continue to expand its network by placing its code on US Airways
flights within the eastern U.S. and on select international flights including

* US Airways` expanding Caribbean route network. US Airways will add routing
options for customers whose destinations are in the western U.S., as well as
international travelers headed for Asia, Europe, and Latin America.

Beginning Feb. 13, United and US Airways initiate code-share service on flights
that were introduced last month. That includes United`s code on US Airways
flights between Philadelphia and the following cities: Hartford, Conn.; Buffalo,
N.Y.; Charlotte, N.C. ; Columbus, Ohio; Washington Reagan National; Denver;
Indianapolis; Miami; Chicago O`Hare, Pittsburgh; Providence, R.I;
Raleigh-Durham, N.C.; Richmond, Va.; San Juan, Puerto Rico; and St. Thomas,
Virgin Islands.

Also beginning operations this week with the United code are US Airways flights
between Buffalo and both Charlotte and Pittsburgh. Code-share service is only
available to connecting customers in the Philadelphia - Chicago, Philadelphia -
Denver and Philadelphia - Washington Reagan markets.

The US Airways code will be placed on United flights between Washington Dulles
and the following cities: Denver; Las Vegas; Oakland and San Jose, Calif.;
Chicago O`Hare; Portland, Ore.; Phoenix; San Diego and Seattle. US Airways` code
also will be introduced in Spokane, Wash., and Las Vegas from Denver and
Chicago; and Ontario, Calif., from Denver.

Future Benefits Beginning March 1, United Mileage Plus Premier members and US
Airways Dividend Miles Preferred members will have their elite status recognized
when flying on either of the two carriers with the following benefits:

* Priority boarding

* Priority check-in lanes

* Priority waitlist

* Access to Preferred and Premier priority seat assignments

Also, beginning April 1, 2003, United Mileage Plus members and US Airways
Dividend Miles members will be able to reserve and redeem award travel on either
carrier. To redeem Mileage Plus miles on US Airways flights, customers should
call United Reservations. Dividend Miles members redeeming miles on United
flights should call US Airways Reservations.

Customers should check their travel documents to determine the operating carrier
and terminal for their flight when traveling on itineraries utilizing both US
Airways and United. They will be provided boarding passes upon check-in for each
part of their journey when checking in with either airline. For questions on
policies and procedures, customers should check with the originating carrier.

United operates nearly 1,700 flights a day on a route network that spans the
globe. News releases and other information about United may be found at the
company`s Web site at www.united.com.

US Airways, the US Airways Express carriers and US Airways Shuttle offer service
to 200 destinations worldwide. News releases and other information about US
Airways is available online at www.usairways.com.

Information on United`s flight schedules and fares is also available online at
www.united.com, or by calling United`s Reservations at 1-800-UNITED1.

For more information on US Airways` flight schedules and fares, contact US
Airways online at usairways.com, or contact US Airways reservations at
1-800-428-4322.

M2 Communications Ltd disclaims all liability for information provided within M2
PressWIRE. Data supplied by named party/parties. Further information on M2
PressWIRE can be obtained at http://www.presswire.net on the world wide web.
Inquiries to info@m2.com.


Ich gehe mal mit nem Limit rein.
Ja in Höhe des Enron Kurses. Von da startet der Bounce.

Ich darf mich empfehlen, schöne Träume. :kiss:
neueste Meldung: Zoff mit Piloten wegen geplanter Kappung der Pensionen. Wenn die Piloten Recht bekommen, hat sich der Rettungsplan erledigt und alles ist wieder offen, auch die Aktionäre sind dann wieder im Spiel!

US Airways` Pilots Blast Pension Cuts as Illegal

Feb 13, 2003 (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News via COMTEX) -- US Airways` unionized pilots today are expected to try to block the carrier from terminating their pension plan, saying the move represents an illegal attempt to annul its labor contract with the company.

"They are looking to rip out our pension plan and leave a hole in our contract," Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) spokesman Roy Freundlich said yesterday.

But in papers filed last month in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Alexandria, Va., the airline contended that unless it can reduce its pension expenses by terminating the pilots` plan, it won`t be able to pay off debts and emerge from bankruptcy protection.

The airline also said that termination of the pilots` pension plan and creation of a new plan to replace some of the lost pension benefits would not violate the collective bargaining agreement, which it noted has been "amended from time to time" through negotiations between the airline and ALPA.

U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Stephen Mitchell next Thursday plans to hear arguments on the airline`s proposal to terminate the pilots` pension plan.

The court and the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. (PBGC), a federal agency that insures the private pension plans of 44 million Americans, would have to approve such a move.

The outcome of the high-stakes battle could determine whether US Airways can achieve its goal of emerging from Chapter 11 by the end of March.

The airline already has coaxed about $1.9 billion in annual concessions from its unionized employees, aircraft lessors and lenders. However, unless it can reduce its pension expenses over the next six years, it has said it won`t be able to win final approval from a federal board for a $900 million loan guarantee that it needs to obtain $1 billion in private financing.

The company also has said that failure to resolve the pension dispute could jeopardize $200 million in interim financing from the Retirement Systems of Alabama -- money it says it must have to pay for operations through March 31, when it expects to emerge from bankruptcy protection.

If it`s unable to slash pension obligations, the airline has said it also won`t be able to receive an additional $240 million from the Alabama pension fund as well as $3 billion to $4 billion in financing it needs to purchase or lease a fleet of new regional jets. Deployment of the smaller jets is a "cornerstone" of its plan to return to profitability in a few years.

ALPA maintains that the Arlington, Va.-based carrier is unfairly trying to place the burden of cutting its pension costs on the backs of 8,000 retired and active pilots. Those pilots stand to lose up to 65 percent of their benefits if the pension plan is terminated, ALPA said.

US Airways has said it will not seek to terminate the pension plans of lesser-paid flight attendants or aircraft mechanics.

The company has said it anticipates having $3.1 billion in underfunded pension obligations through 2009, about $2 billion of which would go to support the pilots` plan. The remainder would support the pensions of other employees, principally the mechanics and the flight attendants.

By canceling the pilots` retirement plan, the company said it could reduce the underfunding of the pilots` plan from $2 billion to $840 million over the next six years -- enough to satisfy the needs of the federal board and the Alabama pension fund, which stands to receive a controlling stake in the carrier for its capital infusion.

The pilots union contends US Airways has overstated its pension plan expenses. It said changes agreed to following second round of pay-and-benefit concessions late last year pared the company`s pension obligations to pilots by $500 million to about $1.7 billion.

What particularly upsets the pilots, Freundlich said, is that the company wants to use the savings it receives by terminating the pilots pension to cover other employees` pension plans and to help finance the purchase of regional jets. It was through negotiations with the pilots, he noted, that US Airways was able to boost the number of regional jets it can deploy from 70 to 465.

By Frank Reeves
To see more of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, or to subscribe to the newspaper, go to www.post-gazette.com


(c) 2003, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Distributed by Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News.
Was ist denn hier heute los, kann mir jemand auskunft geben.
Warum wird in Deutschland so ein Aufschlag bezahlt.:confused: :confused: :confused:

Kommt hier eine positive Meldung.
:D :D mfg Paros
@Paros

das könnte der grund sein:confused:

Die Hawaiian Airlines ist nach US Airways und der United-Airlines-Mutter UAL Corp die dritte große US-Fluggesellschaft, die nach den Terrorattacken ein Insolvenzverfahren eingeleitet hat.US Airways will in zehn Tagen aus ihrem seit August 2002 laufenden Insolvenzverfahren herauskommen, nachdem sie sich mit ihren Piloten auf neue Pensionskassenvereinbarungen geeinigt hatte. Dies teilte die siebtgrößte US-Fluggesellschaft am Samstag mit. :D :D :D
EINIGUNG bei US Airways

das dürfte ein Fest heute werden.

US Airways Wins Pilots´ Approval of Replacement Pension Plan
By Jim Polson

Alexandria, Virginia, March 22 (Bloomberg) -- US Airways Group Inc., the largest air carrier east of the Mississippi, reached a pension agreement with pilots, clearing a hurdle for the airline to exit bankruptcy protection by month´s end.

Terms of the replacement pension plan for 7,000 pilots weren´t disclosed, Arlington, Virginia-based U.S. Airways said in a statement. The Airline Pilots Association master executive council at the airline ratified the agreement, which awaits approval by the U.S. government´s Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp., the statement said.

A bankruptcy judge accepted U.S. Airways´ recovery plan Tuesday. Creditors will take over the seventh-largest U.S. airline, extinguishing $10 billion in debt provided the company ends its $2 billion pension plan.

The airline filed for bankruptcy in August as losses widened after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

``Our pilots have made enormous sacrifices,´´ U.S. Airways Chief Executive Officer David Siegel said in the statement. ``With the airline business only getting worse as the Iraqi war heightens public anxiety, it is critical that we complete our reorganization, exit from Chapter 11, and secure the $1.24 billion in new financing that awaits us.´´

The carrier had wanted to turn over its pilot-pension obligations to the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp., a federal corporation. The company also has been negotiating to find a new processor to handle ticket sales made with credit cards.


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Fantastische Nachrichten :eek:

Ende Monat verlassen die Ch11 - kurzfristiges Kursziel: 0.30 USD


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