American Eagle to cut four routes in November

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American Eagle is cutting service on some routes this November as part of its planned divestiture from parent AMR Corporation.

Eagle chief executive officer Dan Garton said recently that Eagle would not be able to provide service on some routes after the divestiture "due to the scope provisions of American's labour agreements".

The regional carrier will eliminate service from Boston to New York's LaGuardia and JFK airports as well as from Boston to Toronto.

Mainline American service will replace Eagle flights from Boston to JFK.

Eagle's service from St. Louis to New York (JFK) is also being cancelled in November.