American Eagle CRJ700. Courtesy, AA Last November’s bankruptcy filing by American Airlines (AA) parent AMR Corp. has largely put the planned divestiture of regional affiliate American Eagle on hold, but Eagle president and CEO Dan Garton believes AMR will return to the issue quickly after it emerges from the Chapter 11 process. AMR has long wanted to sell or spin off Eagle (ATW Daily News, Nov. 29, 2007), but its efforts to do so have, for various reasons, failed in the past. ...

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