American Airlines parent AMR Corp. may have decided to sell off its regional subsidiary American Eagle but there may not be a frantic rush by other regional airlines or investors to acquire it. "At the end of the day, they have no growth," long-time regional airline analyst Doug Abbey told ATWOnline. AMR announced the decision to divest Eagle Wednesday (ATWOnline, Nov. 29), saying the regional is "fully capable of standing on its own and is well positioned to pursue growth opportunities ...

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