American Airlines outlines comeback strategy

American Airlines says it plans to increase usage of domestic code-shares and boost international travel to 44% of passenger totals by 2017. AMR Corp., American's parent, filed for bankruptcy protection last year. American said in a memo to employees that it would also use more regional jets to better fit demand in smaller markets as part of its efforts to boost annual revenue by $1 billion within the next five years.

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American Airlines aims to boost annual revenue by $1 billion annually by 2017 - Washington Post, The · AMR Offers New Restructuring Details - Wall Street Journal, The · American seeks more global flights, US codeshares - Reuters · AMR Said to Seek More Overseas Flights as Suitor Circles - Bloomberg

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