AMR's bankruptcy filing should have little effect on passengers

Fliers on American Airlines likely will not see many changes stemming from the Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing of the carrier's parent company, AMR. Flights will continue -- although they likely will be fewer as the company downsizes -- reservations will still be accepted, and frequent-flier programs will stay in place. "Miles are safe," said Gary Leff, co-founder of MilePoint, a frequent-flier site.

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