American Eagle Airlines’ management has agreed to revise the carrier’s divestiture plan, with a notable extension to capacity guarantees, in a deal with the Air Lines Pilots Association that could enable AMR Corp. to spin off the regional operation by year-end. American Airlines’ parent company in August unveiled a long-awaited divestiture plan that established Eagle as a separate company and let the mainline carrier withdraw and rebid some turboprop operations in 2012 and up to 40 jets ...
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