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Santa Claus won't be flying this year, at least not as far as the United States airlines that count on the pre-Christmas postal rush are concerned.
The U.S. Postal Service says it will sharply curtail the use of lucrative "C-Net" contracts to private air carriers that has pumped millions of dollars in annual revenue to domestic cargo operators, Instead, continuing to revamp and even revolutionize its transport management, the USPS will expand its use of space on FedEx aircraft and extend its use of trucks to move the huge volume of Christmas cards and parcels that flood the postal system before the holiday.
"We are going to diminish our use of the C-Net …