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November 29, 2012

A look back at AMR's first year in bankruptcy

It's been 365 days since AMR Corp. filed for bankruptcy.

In the past year, the Fort Worth-based carrier has announced layoffs, cut labor costs, froze pensions and terminated leases on old planes parked in the desert. 

At the Star-Telegram, we hired a new web guy, Taylor Cammack, and he put together this cool interactive feature that looks at the milestones in AMR's first year in bankruptcy.

American timeline

-Andrea Ahles

 

 

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