American Airlines management has committed to divesting the company’s holding in regional affiliate American Eagle Airlines, and while a lack of interest from buyers means the regional will still be owned by its current shareholders, American envisions an eventual sale of the division. Divesting Eagle has been a goal of American’s since 2008, but until now the board of directors has been reticent about exposing the company to a market depressed by rising operating costs. However, that ...

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