For more than a decade, Gary Kennedy was a steady hand leading the corporate legal department at American Airlines, which faced tremendous turbulence and head winds - from the use of two of its plans by terrorists on 9/11 and the deadly crash of Flight 587 into a neighborhood in Queens to battles with its own labor unions and with Southwest Airlines over expansion at Love Field to its federal bankruptcy and merger with US Airways. In a new book to be released this week, Kennedy provides an extraordinary behind-the-scenes tour of these events and what really happened . . .
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