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AMR CORPORATION ANNOUNCES PROBABLE SECOND QUARTER LOSS

 AMR CORPORATION ANNOUNCES PROBABLE SECOND QUARTER LOSS
 DALLAS/FORT WORTH AIRPORT, June 17 /PRNewswire/ -- AMR Corporation (NYSE: AMR), parent company of American Airlines, Inc., announced today that the corporation will almost certainly post a loss for the second quarter of 1992.
 "The second quarter has been difficult," said Donald J. Carty, executive vice president, finance and planning. "Fuel prices increased significantly, and the anticipated dilutive effect of our Value Pricing Plan has been compounded by continued price cutting by TWA and others, which depressed fares throughout April and early May. The latest, Northwest-led fare action will further weaken yields."
 AMR's profits in the first quarter 1992 were $20 million, or $.028 per share.
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 /CONTACT: Al Becker of American Airlines, 817-967-1577/
 (AMR) CO: AMR Corporation ST: Texas IN: AIR SU: ERP


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