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August 21, 2012

Pilots union responds to American's latest terms proposed to bankruptcy court

The Allied Pilots Association has responded to American Airlines court filing on Friday when it proposed changes to its earlier term sheet in response to Judge Sean Lane's decision last week.

The pilots union has asked American officials for more information supporting their clame that the cost-saving changes are needed to support the airline's business plan.

APA requests updated information on the AMR business plan, which needs to reflect the current state of the industry, including recent pilot agreements at Delta and United airlines. In the bankruptcy process, the debtor is required to provide sufficient information to the union in order to properly evaluate company proposals.

- Bob Cox

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