US Airways Leads AMR Merger to Form World's Largest Airline : News Photo

US Airways Leads AMR Merger to Form World's Largest Airline

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Doug Parker, chief executive officer of US Airways Group Inc., left, speaks while Tom Horton, president and chief executive officer of AMR Corp.'s American Airlines, listens during a press conference at Dallas Fort Worth Airport in Fort Worth, Texas,U.S., on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013. US Airways Group Inc., spurned in three prior merger attempts, will combine with bankrupt AMR Corp.’s American Airlines in an $11 billion all-stock deal to create the world’s largest carrier. Photographer: Mike Fuentes/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Doug Parker, chief executive officer of US Airways Group Inc., left, speaks while Tom Horton, president and chief executive officer of AMR Corp.'s American Airlines, listens during a press conference at Dallas Fort Worth Airport in Fort Worth, Texas,U.S., on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013. US Airways Group Inc., spurned in three prior merger attempts, will combine with bankrupt AMR Corp.’s American Airlines in an $11 billion all-stock deal to create the world’s largest carrier. Photographer: Mike Fuentes/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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