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Airline merger could bring corporate culture clash

American provides lots of perks; US Airways aims for bargains

8:10 PM, Feb. 15, 2013
The merger of US Airways and American Airlines will give birth to a mega-airline with more passengers than any other in the world.
The merger of US Airways and American Airlines will give birth to a mega-airline with more passengers than any other in the world.
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What kind of new American Airlines will fliers see?

The airline that will be created by the merger between American Airlines and US Airways will in some ways very much resemble the American of old. It will bear American's iconic name. Its planes will wear its logo. It will be headquartered in American's home town of Fort Worth, Texas.

But US Airways CEO Doug Parker, not American's Tom Horton, will run it. And that raises questions: Can passengers expect US Airways' vastly improved rate of on-time arrivals? Will American's new flier perks, launched since it's been in bankruptcy, last? Or will US ...

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