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American Airlines, American Eagle and TAESL qualify for Federal Aviation Administration's Diamond Award.

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American Airlines, American Eagle and Texas Aero Engine Services Limited (TAESL), an affiliated engine repair facility, have qualified for the Federal Aviation Administration's Diamond Award for excellence in training their Aviation Maintenance Technicians (AMT).

American Airlines has said the three companies will receive the FAA Diamond Certificate of Excellence for training their AMTs completed in 2006. American Airlines and TAESL have received the award for three consecutive years and American Eagle has received it for the second consecutive time.

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