American Eagle Airlines’ pilots union is negotiating with American Airlines over the conditions under which the mainline carrier would agree to continue using Eagle’s services for at least nine more years following a proposed Eagle spin-off from parent company AMR Corp. In a newsletter published for union members, the American Eagle Master Executive Council for the Air Line Pilots Association describes as “unprecedented” the pilot group’s involvement in air services agreement talks, ...

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