Company Overview of American Eagle Airlines, Inc.
American Eagle Airlines, Inc., doing business as American Eagle, operates as a regional airline in the United States. It offers flights services to and from various locations in the United States, Canada, the Bahamas, Mexico, and the Caribbean. American Eagle Airlines, Inc. was founded in 1984 and is based in Dallas, Texas. The company has hubs operating in Chicago, Illinois; Gainesville and Miami, Florida; Los Angeles, California; Boston, Massachusetts; Minnesota; New York; and San Juan and Dallas, Texas. American Eagle Airlines, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of AMR Eagle Holding Corporation. On November 29, 2011, American Eagle Airlines, Inc. filed a voluntary petition for reorganization u...
1700 West 20th Street
Dallas, TX 75261
Founded in 1984
Key Executives for American Eagle Airlines, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Senior Vice President - Customer Service for American Eagle
Senior Vice President of Technical Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2012.
American Eagle Airlines, Inc. Key Developments
American Eagle Dispatchers Ratify New Contract
Jan 25 13
AMR Corp. negotiated a six-year contract with the union representing dispatchers at American Eagle Airlines, Inc. AMR was scheduled to seek bankruptcy approval of a new contract with pilots at American Airlines at a hearing Dec. 19. According to the report, the American Eagle dispatchers ratified a new contract that changes neither wages nor medical benefits. There are 1.5% pay increases in January 2015 and 2016. The union will receive a $700,000 cash payment to reimburse expenses of negotiating the new contract. On behalf of dispatchers, the union also will have a $6.1 million unsecured claim against American Airlines. The new dispatchers' contract was scheduled for bankruptcy court hearing on Dec. 21.
American Eagle Approves New Labor Contract
Sep 8 12
American Eagle approved a new labor contract. The Association of Flight Attendants-CWA announced that 87% of the employees approved the new contract with the subsidiary of AMR Corp., which is trying to cut labor costs while under bankruptcy protection. The union said that Eagle made "substantial improvements" over the company's original demand for concessions. The union said it won wage increases and preserved work rules. AMR has negotiated cost-reducing contracts with American Airlines flight attendants and ground workers and Eagle bag handlers. American Airlines pilots, who voted against the company's last offer. Eagle is still working on deals with pilots and other groups.
American Eagle Airlines, Inc. to Begin New Service Between Dallas/Fort Worth and Puebla, Mexico
Aug 20 12
American Eagle Airlines, Inc. announced that it will begin daily round-trip jet service this fall between Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) and Hermanos Serdan International Airport (PBC) in Puebla, Mexico. The company will operate one flight per day between the two cities.
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