The creditors’ committee of American Airlines (AA) parent AMR Corp. issued a stark warning to AA pilots and other unionized employees of the carrier and regional affiliate American Eagle to “promptly” reach consensual agreements with management on new labor contracts. The creditors’ committee, in a lengthy statement issued after its labor subcommittee met Thursday, said AA and Eagle workers “should not misinterpret” the decision by a US bankruptcy ...

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