American’s CEO Tom Horton meets with creditors after the pilots reject the new contract

American Airlines‘ (Dallas/Fort Worth) CEO Tom Horton, according to this report by Reuters, meet yesterday with the creditors to update the creditors on its labor negotiations and also discuss the next steps after the pilots resoundingly rejected the new contract, seen by many as a rejection of the curent management and plans. The meeting also discussed AA’s recent financial and operational performance.

American is also close to a merger decision.

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In other news, American is planning to drop the current New York (JFK)-Brussels route after November 5 citing poor performance. The route is currently operated with 187-seat Boeing 757-200s.

Copyright Photo: Bruce Drum. Boeing 757-223 N664AA (msn 25298) in the Susan G. Komen livery taxies at the Miami hub. Will AA continue its support of the charity?

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