American has some black ink in its future once it gets all its reorganization costs behind it.
American Airlines is on its way to a profitable second quarter for the first time since 2007, the airline’s chief executive Tom Horton told employees on Thursday.
Horton’s prediction came as the carrier’s parent company, AMR Corp., reported a $65 million profit for May in a court filing.
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