American Airlines (AA) in the news

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  1. QF WP

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    Iceland's FL Group said Tuesday it bought a 5.98 percent stake in AMR Corp., making it the third-largest shareholder in the parent of American Airlines...
     

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    AMR, parent of American Airlines, on Friday said it may need to raise additional funds as it considers replacing some of its older aircraft...
     
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    Coach passengers can now use the front lavatory on American once again after the airline restricted its use to first-class fliers. The change applies to domestic flights and to international flights leaving the US, said American spokesman John Hotard.
     
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    AMR Corp.'s American Airlines, the world's largest carrier, will buy 47 Boeing Co. 737 jets four years earlier than planned to begin replacing some of its oldest planes. The aircraft are valued at as much as $US3.5 billion...
     
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    AMR Corp.'s American Airlines, the world's largest carrier, said it will cut "thousands" of jobs as it slashes U.S. capacity and retires as many as 85 jets to blunt surging fuel prices and slowing demand....
     
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