AMR Corp, parent of bankrupt American Airlines, has filed a motion in US Bankruptcy Court seeking permission to void the labour agreement with its pilots after the Judge ruled that two elements of the plan to reduce expenses weren’t justified on August 15. The motion was filed so the airline could continue “to keep moving forward to achieve the savings and flexibility needed for our successful restructuring,” is said in a statement. If Lane allows AMR to void the contract, the airline would have to negotiate a long-term deal. The judge scheduled a hearing on American’s request for Sept. 4.
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