The “new American Airlines” created by the merger of AMR Corp. and US Airways should be operating under a single certificate by early 2015. US Airways Chairman and CEO Doug Parker, speaking to analysts and reporters Feb. 14 during a conference call, said previous mergers historically took 18 months to obtain a single air operator certificate. “That is pretty much the longest pole in the tent in terms of operational integration,” he said. AMR and US Airways both said that they ...
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