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    AAG’s debt described as “whopping” nearly equaling its market cap ?

    Man, I think one good hiccup and the camel’s spine can easily snap like a desert twig. Speaking of hiccups, what happens when AAG’s feed system responsible for mainlines revenue stream begins collapsing due to unavailability of pilots (especially Captains) ? The most likely situation IMO is lost market share, lower profits, a falling share price and a tightening competitive and financial spiral with insufficient altitude for recovery. AA’s competitors both legacy and LCC (which is what AA’s domestic product is morphing to anyway) will be in a good position to capitalize on that. Don’t know about the rest of you, but I see WAY too many lights on the annunciator panel here to just blindly fly with my fingers crossed instead of pulling out a checklist.

    Caveat Emptor.

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