Analysis: AMR to Divest American Eagle

December 2007
Regional Aviation News;12/3/2007, Vol. 25 Issue 45, p2
Market Research Report
The article weighs the implications of the divestiture of American Eagle by AMR company in 2007. The move is expected to generate 1 billion U.S. dollars revenue for the regional, suggests market analysts. Company chief executive officer (CEO) Gerard Arpey believes that the divestiture will result in better quality feed at competitive rates to other carriers, and will strategically position Eagle to compete for new customers and growth opportunities. It offers background information on American.


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