American Eagle and the union representing its pilots have reached a critical week in their efforts to craft a plan that could give the regional carrier greater stability after a proposed spin-off from its parent company. In August, AMR, the parent company of American Airlines and American Eagle, disclosed details of a plan to spin off Eagle as a new publicly traded company 100% owned by AMR stockholders, preferably by the end of this year. The plan calls for Eagle to begin its ...

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