American Trying To Avoid Concessions

FWAAA said:
I'm pretty certain it is related to AA's replacement as the MIA terminal project manager. AA agreed to pay $105 million over 10 years to resolve all issues with the MIA airport management, dicussed in August in the thread linked below:

http://www.usaviation.com/forums/index.php...=21133&hl=miami
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Yep. If the $80M charge is accurate, it sounds like they're taking the hit all at once, so that it's not a continuing liability.
 
Former ModerAAtor said:
Yep. If the $80M charge is accurate, it sounds like they're taking the hit all at once, so that it's not a continuing liability.

All at once or spread out over ten years it doesn't matter. MDAA continues to walk all over AA and pretty much ignores their contract whenever it suits them. AA's legal department is massively overstaffed yet none of them seems to have the first clue as to how to enforce a legally binding contract.

As airport authorities go, MIA is one of the most, if not the most poorly run airports I've ever traveled through. It's poor management tactics are a reflection of every airline that flys in and out of it.
 
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