American Strikes Deal With St. Louis Airport

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American Airlines would keep four gates at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport but shed $2.3 million a year in payments to the airport under a proposed deal with the city.The agreement is expected to be filed next month with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in New York, where American’s parent, AMR Corp., filed for bankruptcy protection in November 2011.

At Lambert, American ranks No. 2 in flights, behind Southwest Airlines, with 30 departures a day to six destinations.

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