American Eagle will trim flight schedule, return turboprops

American Eagle has announced plans to trim flights and return 21 turboprops to lessors. AMR Corp., the parent company of American Eagle and American Airlines, filed for bankruptcy last month. "The restructuring process to shape American Eagle into a more competitive and successful company is both complex and challenging," American Eagle President and CEO Dan Garton said.

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