FORT WORTH, Texas, Dec 13 (GCTL) - AMR Corporation reported November 2013 cargo volumes for its principal subsidiary, American Airlines, Inc, were up nearly 17 percent versus November 2012. The numbers were released prior to the close of the merger on Dec. 9.
"We're very pleased with the legacy American achieving its seventh consecutive month of year-over-year traffic growth," said Jim Butler, president of American Airlines Cargo. "In fact, the team set a new record in November for the total weight loaded onto one of our 777-300ER aircraft on a flight from New York-JFK to London Heathrow. This momentum combined with the recent merger close position the new American to be a stronger, more successful airline."
American Airlines and US Airways continue to operate as two separate companies, but plans for integrating both airlines have already begun.
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