CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 12, 2001
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport: Bob McNamara) Sharp declines in air travel since the September 11 attack on America and the resulting financial problems faced by American Airlines and the entire airline industry examined. [American Airlines CEO Donald CARTY - says news of the Flight 587 crash comes at a very difficult time.] [Aviation security analyst Michael BOYD - says another terrorist act against American Airlines would devastate the company and harm the entire air industry.] [Business analyst David JOHNSON - talks about stock problems.]
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