Artist’s rendering of a 777-300ER in American Airlines livery. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. American Airlines parent AMR Corp. on Wednesday reported a 2010 net loss of $471 million, narrowed from a net deficit of $1.47 billion in 2009, and also announced an order for two Boeing 777-300ERs for delivery in late 2012. CFO Bella Goren told analysts and reporters that the aircraft represent "the next step in our fleet strategy," noting, "We expect to be the first US ...

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