US Airways vice-president of sales and marketing Steve Tracas and Michael Scheeringa, who ran the carrier's Express regional operation, have become the latest top executives at the company to leave their posts.

US Airways confirms that Tracas, who has spent six years at the airline, is leaving for personal reasons. Many of Tracas' sales responsibilities will now be handled by vice-president of international Douglas Leo.

Scheeringa, who had been vice-president Express division and had spent 12 years at US Airways, is leaving to become chief operating officer of Raytheon's Flight Options fractional aircraft business.


Source: Airline Business