American Airlines 757. By Rob Finlayson The first six weeks of American Airlines' (AA) Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization (ATW, Jan. 1) appear to have gone largely as planned, with the Dallas-based carrier and regional affiliate American Eagle operating normally and parent AMR Corp. giving no indication that the company won't be able to meet basic financial obligations. AMR was delisted by the New York Stock Exchange last week as expected (ATW Daily News, Jan. 4), but ...

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