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US-American Reach Settlement with Regulators

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US-American Reach Settlement with Regulators


Wondering how this will affect the US Charlotte hub.

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1. Re: US-American Reach Settlement with Regulators

It will become an American hub.

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From AA -

"In the settlement agreement with the state Attorneys General, the new American has agreed to maintain its hubs in Charlotte, New York (Kennedy), Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago (O'Hare), Philadelphia, and Phoenix consistent with historical operations for a period of three years. In addition, with limited exceptions, for a period of five years, the new American will continue to provide daily scheduled service from one or more of its hubs to each plaintiff state airport that has scheduled daily service from either American or US Airways."

Edited: 12 November 2013, 20:30
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Well when the lawsuit was initially filed I said that it could kill the merger through delaying tactics, so I eat my hat! :-)

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