Bad News for the Philly Airport?

Expert says possible US Airways merger could mean higher fares. Plus, Comcast's Steve Burke makes $34 million, it's the Phils' home opener, and more of what Philly is chattering about this morning

Comcast’s Steve Burke Makes $34 Million In 2009. The man who’s about to be in charge of NBC got a Hollywood-style payday. [PaidContent]

It’s the Phils’ Home Opener, Part I! Which is why NBC10 has video of this guy wearing a red diaper. Philadelphia is a very strange place sometimes. [NBC10]

It’s the Phils’ Home Opener, Part II! Now, for some really cool video, check out these behind-the-scenes clips of Ryan, Chase, Jimmy, Charlie and more being shot for Philly Mag’s April issue. No red diapers, we promise. [Philly Mag]

United-US Airways Merger: Bad for Consumers. So says an airline expert, who predicts higher fares with less competition if the marriage happens. Joy. [Chicago Sun Times]

Joe Sestak’s Biggest Fan? Pat Toomey. The Republican says the Dem primary will get competitive “very very soon.” Inky’s Tom Fitzgerald seems to think so, too, noting yesterday that Sestak still hasn’t spent $5 million in TV money. (For even more Sestak, check out last fall’s Philly Mag profile.) [Politics PA, Inquirer]

Brian Tierney:  “I’ve Drunk the Kool-Aid.” The Times’ media columnist David Carr recaps the Inky’s sad plight [NY Times]

Wawa’s One Billion Free ATM Transactions. The store says it’s saved customers $1.3 billion in the last 15 years. Thanks! [Business Journal]