US Airways to opt for American legacy systems, CEO says

04/2/2013 | Aviation Daily

Doug Parker, the chairman and CEO of US Airways, said the merged American Airlines-US Airways carrier will use American's legacy systems. "Our goal is to keep all of that in place [at American] and just overlay it on the smaller airline," Parker said during a U.S. Chamber of Commerce Aviation Summit.

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