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US Airways Group, Inc. (NYSE: LCC) what happened to my shares of common stock?

US Airways Group's common stock (NYSE: LCC) stopped trading on NYSE on December 6, 2013, when trading was closed. On the effective date on December 9, 2013, each outstanding balance was converted into the right to receive a share. AAL's common stock all other outstanding US Airways Group Equity Equipment (7.25% senior convertible notes, and employee options, SARS and RSUs are remaining outstanding, but for every part of the US, AAL is eligible for variable or exercise for a portion of the common stock (as the case may be), the Airways Group General Stock can be issued under those instruments.


What happened to my shares of common stock of AMR Corporation (OTC: AAMRQ)?

On the Effective Date, December 9, 2013, all AMR Equity Equipment including AMR Corporation Common Stock (OTC: AAMRQ) shares were cancelled. Under the reorganization scheme (scheme), AMR corporation's common share holders were entitled to start prostate distribution of many shares of AAL common stock, which represented 3.5% of the total shares of AAL common stock. Effective date, based on a converted form. In addition, holders of AMR common stock received additional distribution based on certain factors in the plan, which include the allowable amount of claims and trade value of AAL common stock. Based on the solution of the disputed claims in the bankruptcy case, holders of AAMRQ can get additional distribution; however, due to uncertainty about the outcome of the disputed claims and time, there is no guarantee of additional distribution.


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How many shares of AAL are entitled to receive as the last holder of AAMRQ stock? Will I get more?

During the first 120 days of the effective date, holders of AAMRQ stock received a total of approximately 0.744 shares of AAL per share of AAMRQ. Based on the solution of the disputed claims in the bankruptcy case, holders of AAMRQ can get additional distribution; however, due to uncertainty about the outcome of the disputed claims and time, there is no guarantee of additional distribution.


What happened to my unsafe bonds issued by AMR or American Airlines, Inc. and how many shares of AAL are entitled to receive?

On the effective date, unscrupulous bonds issued by AMR Corporation and American Airlines, Inc. were cancelled. The bond holders listed on the schedule of the plan were entitled to receive the distribution. To determine which schedule your bond is in, please see the plan at www.airlinechangeflights.com If

your bond is listed on Schedule 1, then your Bond claim is in the AMR Class 3 (Double Dip Normal Unsecured Claim); If

your Bond is listed on Schedule 2, then your Bond claim is in American Class 4 (Double Dip General Unsecured Claim); And If

your Bond is listed on Schedule 3, then your Bond claim is in American Class 5 (Single Dip General Unsecured Claim).


Holders of approved claims relating to the bonds listed on schedule 1 and 2 of the scheme have received distribution of such holders (interest) in the amount equal to the amount in the form of "new board form convertible preferred stock" (post - interest on petty interest and overdue interest at nondefault rates). Holders of approved claims related to the fixed bond at Schedule 3 of the plan received (i) a distribution as a new mandatory convertible preferred stock and (ii) a potential additional distribution in the form of new common stock, "ALL" of merged company.

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How do I deal with the conversion of US Airways (LCC) or AMR Corporation (AAMRQ) stock in American Airlines Group (AAL) stock for US federal income tax purposes?

In relation to the merger of holders of US Airways stock, disclosure of results of US federal income tax has been disclosed in Form S-4 filed with AMC Corporation with SEC, and confirmed in the Chapter 11 plan, US Federal Income Tax Results AMR Corporation Stock The holders of the disclosure have been disclosed in the disclosure statement on June 5, 2013. To summarize those disclosures, in short, the holders of American Airways Stock or AMR Corporation Stock will generally not recognize the profit or loss for US federal income tax purposes; American Airlines Group shares such stock exchange for stock or According to Chapter 11 plan, respectively (however, as discussed below in Q & A1) holders of AMR Corporation stock have a part of American All the holders are urged to consult their tax advisers. see Q. 20.: According to the AMR Corporation Stockholder's tax base and Chapter 11 plan (with additional post-effective date stock distribution), regarding the Holding Period in any of the American Airlines Group stocks received in respect of AMR Corporation stock.


I am the holder of US Airways Bond, what happened with these notes?

Any guarantee related to US Airways Bonds and in bonds was not affected by the plan and maintained the responsibilities of the appropriate US Airways entity. In some cases, these bonds have been guaranteed by American bonds and / or American Airlines. What is the Disputed Claims Reserve (DCR) distribution? Will the previous holder of AAMRQ stock get the distribution as part of this process? Distribution of disputed claims allowed by the court commenced on June 30, 2014. These distributions will be fully funded by the disputed claims established under the restructuring plan, which was initially funded with approximately 30.4 million shares. Along with the employees of the eligible company, as on December 9, 2013, they will be distributed for the disputed claim making a disputed claim in their favour. Since the claims are allowed, the stock will be distributed to the claimants currently with the delivery on the quarterly basis.


If any stock held by the Reserve of the disputed claims is not required to meet the claims approved in the case of bankruptcy, then the previous holders of AAMRQ will receive the remaining shares. The amount and time of any such distribution cannot be predicted in the present and is not expected to be in the near term. Updates will be made in the relevant 10-Q or 10-SEC filing as part of regular quarterly reporting process on future distribution from the claims of disputed claims. Are there any restrictions or restrictions related to the purchase or sale of AAL common stock? To protect AAL's use of some tax benefits (including its tax havoc) and to avoid violating federal statutory limits on the equity ownership of U.S. Commercial Airlines by foreign nationals, the AAG Certificate of Incorporation and AAG Bills Some restrictions include the acquisition, temperament, and voting of AAL common stock. These restrictions can adversely affect the ability of some holders of AAL common stock to settle, acquire, or vote shares of stocks. You can find more information on these restrictions in the company's Certificate of Incorporation.


Did any part of the American Airlines Group (AAL) stock I received after the effective date of Chapter 11 plan in exchange for my AMR Corporation (AAMRQ) stock? Will interest be considered for federal income tax purposes?

As disclosed in the disclosure statement of June 5, 2013, holders of AMR Corporation Stock may have applied interest income for US federal income tax purposes in relation to American Airlines Group stock received after the effective date of Chapter 11 plan. . However, interest income is not applied in relation to distribution within 180 days of the effective date. Accordingly, on April 10, 2014, shareholders of AMR Corporation were not considered as interest income for any part of the additional stock distribution. However, if the holders of AMR Corporation Stock get additional shares of the stock from the disputed claims reserve (see Q. 17 above), and then a portion of the American Airlines Group stock received will be considered as interest income. This kind of part will depend on the distribution that eventually happens and the U.S. For federal income tax purposes, applicable rate of interest should be applied in relation to such distribution. All the holders are urged to consult their tax advisers.


As the last holder of AMR Corporation (AMRQ) stock, what is my tax base and holding period for American federal income tax purposes in the American Airlines Group (AAL) stock, which is available in lieu of my AMR Corporation stock, which includes additional stock delivery I received after the effective date of Chapter 11 plan? What will be my tax base and holding period in any additional stock I get in the future, with respect to my AMR Corporation stock in relation to the disputed claims?

Generally, the holder of AMR Corporation Stock has a total tax base in the American Airlines Group stock after and after the effective date of Chapter 11 plan in relation to AMR Corporation stock equivalent to its total tax base in AMR Corporation stock. For American federal income tax purposes (i.e., the total tax base of old shares runs up to new shares). It includes additional stock delivery through April 10, 2014, and through any additional stock, which is received from the disputed claims in respect of such AMR Corporation stock in the future. Given the contingency nature of any additional stock delivery as an effective date, and still, shares per share of any American Airlines Group is subject to possible adjustment from time to time. All holders are requested to consult their tax advisers in relation to the appropriate method for determining their initial tax base in any US Airlines Group stock and any adjustments made after that. One holder will usually take his previous holding period to any American Airlines Group stock he or she receives. In addition, as discussed above in Q & A1, the holders of AMR Corporation Stock will have access to the U.S. Any U.S. Airlines group, which is a part of the disputed claims reserves as interest income for federal income tax purposes, can be a part of the stock. As part of the stock, the tax base of the holder will be increased by the amount of interest income. Instead of the carrier holding period, a holder will have a new holding period in the interest portion of his stock for US federal income tax purposes. Accordingly, a holder may have a "split" holding period in each part of the American Airlines Group stock, which has been received from the disputed claim reserve - a carrier holding period for interest holding and a carrier holding period for the remainder. All the holders are urged to consult their tax advisers.


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