American Airlines 777-200. By Rob Finlayson American Airlines (AA) has filed a motion with a US bankruptcy court seeking to have its contracts with three unions representing nine work groups terminated, saying that its "greatest single challenge" is labor agreements that are unfavorable compared with those of its competitors. "Collectively, American's collective bargaining agreements [CBAs] with the unions saddle the company with the highest labor costs in the ...

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