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The design, by famed sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens, shows Liberty facing forward, holding a torch in one hand and an olive branch in the other The aircraft involved was a
This flight was operated by a wholly owned subsidiary of , using a turboprop aircraft The Mint first released American Eagle Platinum Coins in 1997

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Merged with and to form American Eagle Airlines
Mint produced its first legal tender platinum proof coin in 1997 These aircraft are based at American's Los Angeles hub
The cabin door opened shortly after the first officer began to pressurize the cabin; therefore, only a slight pressure differential existed between the cabin pressure and the atmospheric pressure The American Eagle aircraft were modified with the updated deicing system

The was forced to turn around and abort the flight.

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American Eagle service operated by ceased operations on March 31, 2013
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In September 2020, Envoy Air, a subsidiary of American Eagle, announced a permanent closure at its two NY bases at LGA and JFK, due to a new codeshare agreement between and
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The obverse features Liberty wearing a cap with wings used on the 1916 Mercury Dime