AMR debt holders hire advisers to study airline's plan, merger
AMR Corp. debt holders are organizing outside its unsecured creditors committee to determine whether the bankrupt company or potential suitor US Airways can offer the best return, people familiar with the matter said.Full Story
#1 May 21, 2012
Whatever plan AA has... It needs to have their employees behind them 100%!
Well..... Only if they want to stay in business. I'm cashing in my miles!
#2 May 21, 2012
At least AA does not charge a processing fee to redeem miles as airways does.$25.00 for each domestic ticket and $50.00 for each international tickets.
These fee's are charged when the customer redeems the miles on line,not using a reservation agent.
AA is also better at getting the flights and dates you want.Airways and delta were rated dead last.AA has most of the time meet my requirements.
Since: May 08
#3 May 21, 2012
AA has that solution, they are laying off thousands, and I guess the rest will be so thankful to be employed they will be good little sheep
#4 May 23, 2012
Usair is the best way for creditors to get their money back.
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