American Airlines couldn't spread its wings as far as it does without sister company AMR Eagle Holding. A fellow subsidiary of
, AMR Eagle Holding owns American Eagle Airlines and Executive Airlines, both of which do business as American Eagle and provide connecting service to smaller markets in the US, Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean from American Airlines hubs. Combined, the American Eagle carriers serve about 150 destinations with a fleet of some 270 aircraft, including 230 jets (mostly
models) and 40 turboprops. AMR plans to divest AMR Eagle Holding once it emerges from bankruptcy protection, which it entered in late 2011.