Washington, D. C. 20549


                            FORM 8-K

                         CURRENT REPORT

             Pursuant to Section 13 or 15(d) of the

                 Securities Exchange Act of 1934

Date of earliest event
  reported:  June 18, 2001

                         AMR CORPORATION
     (Exact name of registrant as specified in its charter)

    Delaware                    1-8400                   75-1825172
(State of Incorporation) ( Commission File Number)     (IRS Employer
                                                    Identification No.)

4333 Amon Carter Blvd.      Fort Worth, Texas              76155
 (Address of principal executive offices)               (Zip Code)

                       (817) 963-1234
                (Registrant's telephone number)


Item 9.   Regulation FD Disclosure

AMR  Corporation  (the "Company") is furnishing herewith  certain
data regarding its unit costs, capacity, traffic and fuel, and  a
monthly update.



     Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange  Act
of  1934, the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed
on its behalf by the undersigned hereunto duly authorized.

                                        AMR CORPORATION

                                        /s/ Charles D. MarLett
                                        Charles D. MarLett
                                        Corporate Secretary

Dated:  June 18, 2001


                                     June 18, 2001

     Statements  in  this report contain various  forward-looking
statements  within the meaning of Section 27A of  the  Securities
Act  of  1933,  as  amended, and Section 21E  of  the  Securities
Exchange  Act of 1934, as amended, which represent the  Company's
expectations or beliefs concerning future events.  When  used  in
this  report,  the words "expect", "forecast", "anticipates"  and
similar  expressions  are  intended to  identify  forward-looking
statements.    All  such  statements  are  based  on  information
available to the Company on the date of this report.  The Company
undertakes  no obligation to update or revise any forward-looking
statement,  regardless  of  reason.   This  discussion   includes
forecasts of costs per ASM, capacity, traffic, fuel cost and fuel
consumption,  earnings, and operational considerations,  each  of
which  is  a  forward-looking statement.  There are a  number  of
factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from
our  forecasts.   Such factors include, but are not  limited  to:
general  economic  conditions,  competitive  factors  within  the
airline  industry which could affect the demand for  air  travel,
changes  in the Company's business strategy, changes in commodity
prices, the inability to successfully integrate the operations of
TWA  into  those  of American and to improve their profitability,
higher  than  expected integration costs, and  the  inability  to
successfully  integrate  the workforce  of  TWA.  For  additional
information  regarding these and other factors see the  Company's
filings  with  the Securities and Exchange Commission,  including
but  not  limited to the Company's Form 10-K for the  year  ended
December 31, 2000.

                      Capacity Adjustments

In light of the current weak economic climate and the significant
drop in demand for business travel, AMR will be making
adjustments to its capacity for the remainder of 2001 and for
2002 by retiring 22 aircraft.

To facilitate this reduction, AMR will retire TWA LLC's fleet of
19 DC-9s.  These aircraft had been scheduled to leave the fleet
over the course of the next three years.  With this revised plan,
all of TWA's DC-9s will be out of service by the first quarter of
next year.

Additionally, AMR has decided not to renew leases on two 727
aircraft with lease expirations at the end of this year.  These
two units were originally part of the fleet plan through 2003.
Finally, AMR will not return to service a recently damaged F-100.

Overall, these changes will slightly reduce our planned capacity
growth for the remainder of 2001, and will reduce capacity for
2002 by approximately one percent.  As a result of these early
aircraft retirements, AMR will be making a number of schedule
changes designed to minimize the impact to our customers.  These
changes will be focused on reducing unprofitable flying across
the system.  However, we do not anticipate any significant
changes in service at the St. Louis hub.

These changes to the DC-9, 727 and F-100 fleets are in addition
to AMR's other recent schedule adjustments which included the
announcement of our suspension of service in Los Angeles - Paris
and Chicago - Rome as well as our previous adjustments to
aircraft utilization rates which have reduced capacity for the
second half of 2001 by approximately 0.5 %.
In addition to the cost and capital spending controls we
announced last quarter, we will continue to re-evaluate our
capacity growth and the associated capital spending
requirements going forward as economic conditions warrant.


                     Second Quarter Results

The economic slowdown both in the US, and to a lesser extent
overseas, has already had a measurable impact on AMR's revenue
performance for the second quarter.  Assuming these same revenue
trends continue for the month of June, we would anticipate
reporting a loss in excess of $100 million for the second quarter
of 2001.

Ultimately, should the current economic conditions continue
throughout the rest of 2001, we would expect AMR to post a loss
for the full year 2001.

                         Aircraft Charge

As indicated in our First Quarter 2001 10-Q, AMR's proposed
transaction with United/US Airways prompted an impairment review
of certain fleet types in accordance with SFAS 121.  We have now
completed this review and AMR will be taking a non-cash charge in
the second quarter to adjust the values of our F-100, ATR-42 and
Saab-340 aircraft.  It is expected that this charge will be
approximately $425 million after-tax.  This charge does not
affect our current fleet plan or the on-going operation of these

                         Monthly Update

Attached is our monthly guidance on unit cost, fuel, traffic and
capacity.  As with last month's update, we are now including
information for TWA LLC and have included TWA in the AMR unit
cost guidance.

Please call if you have additional questions.

                                    Michael Thomas
                                    Director, Investor Relations
                                     June 19, 2001

Unit Costs

         AMR Consolidated Coosts Per ASM (in cents) Including TWA LLC
                                  Actual --------- Forecast----
                                   May    June   July     Aug
                AMR Cost per ASM    10.8   11.4   10.9    10.9

         American Mainline Operations Cost per ASM (in cents)
                                           Actual -------- Forecast----
                                            May    June   July     Aug

                AA Cost per ASM             10.6   11.3   10.8    10.7
                Prior Year (2000) Restated* 10.3   10.5   10.3    10.4

           TWA LLC Operating Cost per ASM (in cents)
                                  Actual -------Forecast--------
                                   May    June   July     Aug

                TWA Cost per ASM    9.4    9.4     9.3     9.7

Capacity, Traffic and Fuel

                                              Actual --------Forecast-------
                                               May    June   July     Aug
             AA Mainline Ops:
                Capacity (yr/yr)               2.9%   4.1%   2.3%    2.5%
                Traffic (yr/yr)               -4.3%  -2.0%  -1.0%   -0.8%

                Fuel (cents/gal incl. tax)      82     83     82      82
                Fuel Consumption (mil. gal.)   266    273    282     280

         American Eagle:
                Capacity (yr/yr)               9.6%   6.3%   6.3%    8.1%
                Traffic (yr/yr)                7.6%   3.0%   4.4%    5.5%

            TWA Airlines LLC:
                Capacity (000,000) ASMs      3,004  3,027  3,093   2,962
                Traffic (000,000) RPMs       2,028  2,117  2,281   2,152

*  Certain airline related small businesses have been
reclassified under American Mainline Operations (e.g. contract
maintenance and magazine).  As a result, we have provided
restated numbers for 2000 on a comparable basis.  Please note
that this minor change does not impact AMR consolidated numbers.