AMR will keep paying $10M in debt on 19 CRJ700s

01/6/2012 | AviationWeek.com

AMR Corp. will keep paying debt on its fleet of Bombardier CRJ700s, a bankruptcy filing shows. The parent company of American Airlines has 47 CRJ700s, with outstanding obligations on 19 of the aircraft that total about $10 million. Meanwhile, AMR plans to reduce its fleet of MD-80s and ATRs during bankruptcy.

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