AMR seeks new international clearance for American Eagle

03/31/2011 | Wall Street Journal, The

American Eagle could fly to more cities in Central and South America after parent company AMR Corp. applied to the Transportation Department for rights to serve any country that has negotiated an open-skies deal with the U.S. The move is seen as a way to enhance the value of the regional carrier ahead of a possible spin-off or sale. American Eagle already operates routes in Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean.

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