American Airlines (AA) regional affiliate American Eagle and the Air Line Pilots Assn. (ALPA) representing Eagle pilots reached a tentative agreement on an eight-year labor contract. The union said Friday the deal "provides greater job security when American Eagle is divested from American Airlines." AA parent AMR Corp. said over the summer that it would divest Eagle, something it has tried previously but has been unable to achieve. Eagle and ALPA in July reached an agreement to ...

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