American Airlines 777-200. By Rob Finlayson American Airlines (AA) parent AMR Corp. incurred a third-quarter net loss of $238 million, widened 46.8% from a $162 million net deficit in the year-ago period. The airline pointed out that costs associated with its Chapter 11 bankruptcy restructuring were the main driver of the loss. It would have posted a $110 million net profit absent the special charges, which include $211 million in costs primarily associated with employee ...

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