American Eagle Airlines’ Air Line Pilot Association (ALPA) chapter have asked the U.S. bankruptcy court overseeing AMR Corp.’s restructuring to block a 12-year capacity purchase agreement signed last month with Republic Airways Holdings. AMR executives “provide no explanation for why it would make sense to use a third-party carrier, one that provides regional feed to American’s mainline competitors, instead of AMR’s wholly owned subsidiary, whose labor costs have been successfully ...

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