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Employment Agreement - American Airlines Inc. and Robert Reding

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May 21, 2003

Mr. Robert Reding
628 Regency Crossing
Southlake, TX   76092

Dear Bob:

Congratulations on being promoted to your new position as Senior Vice President
Technical Operations. I and the other members of the senior management team look
forward to working with you as we return American to a more sound financial

In light of your new responsibilities and your assignment to American Airlines,
I want to confirm the agreement that we made with you when you were recruited to
join American Eagle in 2000. Thus, we will continue to grant you two years of
credited service for each year of actual service, up to a maximum of ten
additional years of credited service.

Thanks again for your contributions.

Very truly yours,

Sue M. Oliver
Senior Vice President Human Resources