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ATA Goes Chapter 11; American Airlines Discover Life Overseas

The New York Times reports that ATA is the first U.S. budget airline to seek bankruptcy, however the company will honor all tickets and maintain its usual flight schedule.

Meanwhile, USA Today explains American airlines flex international muscle because there's more money to be made there. Long flights is an area where low cost carriers are not really competing (yet?).

Olivier Travers | October 27, 2004 | News | Permanent link
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