American Airlines 757. Courtesy, AA Following six consecutive loss-making quarters, American Airlines’ (AA) parent AMR Corp. has posted a 2012 second quarter net profit of $95 million excluding special costs related to its restructuring. AMR, which has been in Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection since November (ATW Daily News, July 11), reported revenues of $6.5 billion, its highest quarterly revenue in company history. Including $336 million in special costs related to ...

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