AMR Corp.’s fleet is due for a substantial overhaul now that the company’s American Airlines and American Eagle Airlines divisions are under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Fleet plans had already been initiated by AMR, with a major narrowbody upgrade program using both Airbus and Boeing aircraft announced in July and a planned divestiture of Eagle, reducing that airline’s regional jet operations over the next decade. But with today’s filing in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the ...
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