Eagle Pilots Expand Anti-Sale Campaign

December 2007
Regional Aviation News;12/17/2007, Vol. 25 Issue 47, p9
Market Research Report
The article deals with the opposition of American Eagle and American Airlines pilots to the proposed sale of American Eagle by parent-company AMR Corp. According to the American Eagle pilot's union, a sale could result in the elimination of point-to-point service between several popular destinations. The Air Line Pilots Association, International claims that the reason for the sale by AMR is to reduce pilot costs.


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