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American Eagle Airlines may fly solo after being sold off

By on July 25th, 2011

American Eagle Airlines may get its chance to fly on its own after AMR corporation is expected to sell it off. American Eagle will still able to maintain a carrier relationship with American Airlines but also be able to be a carrier flight for other airlines as well as stand on its own. American Eagle Airlines spokesman Ed Martelle says this will not change any flights out of Gainesville Regional Airport.


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