American Airlines 737-800. Courtesy, Boeing A US bankruptcy court has postponed ruling on whether to dissolve American Airlines’ (AA) largest labor contracts to June 29, giving airline management and union leaders more time to reach a deal. The ruling was supposed to take place Friday (ATW Daily News, June 8), but AA and the Allied Pilots Assn. (APA) representing AA pilots requested another week to negotiate. The APA board on Thursday voted down what AA characterized as its ...

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