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American Airlines Inc. and its holding company, AMR Corp., employ approximately 81,000 people and, as of its most recent yearly report, brought in $25 billion in revenue. Even so, chronic financial problems forced the company to seek bankruptcy protection on Nov. 29, 2011. As a result, American is in the midst of a merger with US Airways Group Inc. that is expected to create the world’s largest airline; general counsel Gary Kennedy said he expects the carriers to be fully integrated by the third quarter of this year. The $11 billion deal was announced on Feb. 14.
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