Merger talks between American Airlines and US Airways are now focused on which management team will take control of a “New American” and how stakes in the new entity will be distributed among the two operators’ current shareholders. Details from the merger negotiations have been sparse as all parties involved are restricted by non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), some of which are due to expire Feb. 15. Sources already have told Aviation Week that resolving these two issues would determine ...
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