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 22, 2005

                           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)

   (Former name or former address, if changed since last report.)

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Item 8.01 Other Events

AMR Corporation is filing herewith its Eagle Eye communication to
investors.   This document includes (a) actual fuel  price,  unit
cost  and capacity and traffic information for April and May  and
(b)  forecasts of unit cost, revenue performance and fuel prices,
capacity    estimates,   liquidity   expectations    and    other
income/expense estimates and share count estimates.


     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 22, 2005


June 22, 2005

     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  document,  the  words  "expects",  "plans,"  "anticipates,"
"indicates,"  "believes," "forecast," "guidance,"  "outlook"  and
similar  expressions  are  intended to  identify  forward-looking
statements.    Forward-looking   statements   include,    without
limitation, the Company's expectations concerning operations  and
financial conditions, including changes in capacity, revenues and
costs,   future  financing  plans  and  needs,  overall  economic
conditions, plans and objectives for future operations,  and  the
impact  on  the  Company of its results of operations  in  recent
years  and  the sufficiency of its financial resources to  absorb
that  impact. Other forward-looking statements include statements
which  do not relate solely to historical facts, such as, without
limitation, statements which discuss the possible future  effects
of  current known trends or uncertainties or which indicate  that
the  future  effects of known trends or uncertainties  cannot  be
predicted, guaranteed or assured.  All forward-looking statements
in  this report are based on information available to the Company
on  the date of this report. The Company undertakes no obligation
to  publicly  update  or  revise any  forward-looking  statement,
whether  as  a  result  of  new  information,  future  events  or
otherwise.   This document includes forecasts of  unit  cost  and
revenue performance, fuel prices, capacity and traffic estimates,
other  income/expense  estimates, and  statements  regarding  the
Company's   liquidity,  each  of  which  is   a   forward-looking
statement.  Forward-looking statements are subject to a number of
factors  that could cause the Company's actual results to  differ
materially  from  the  Company's  expectations.   The   following
factors, in addition to other possible factors not listed,  could
cause  the  Company's  actual results to differ  materially  from
those  expressed  in  forward-looking  statements:   changes   in
economic,   business  and  financial  conditions;  the  Company's
substantial  indebtedness; continued high  fuel  prices  and  the
availability of fuel; further increases in the price of fuel; the
impact  of  events  in  Iraq; conflicts in  the  Middle  East  or
elsewhere; the highly competitive business environment  faced  by
the Company, with increasing pricing transparency and competition
from  low  cost  carriers  and financially  distressed  carriers;
historically low fare levels and fare simplification  initiatives
(both  of  which could result in a further deterioration  of  the
revenue  environment); the ability of the Company to  reduce  its
costs further without adversely affecting operational performance
and  service levels; uncertainties with respect to the  Company's
international  operations;  changes  in  the  Company's  business
strategy;  actions  by U.S. or foreign government  agencies;  the
possible  occurrence  of  additional terrorist  attacks;  another
outbreak  of  a  disease  (such  as  SARS)  that  affects  travel
behavior;   uncertainties   with   respect   to   the   Company's
relationships with unionized and other employee work groups;  the
inability of the Company to satisfy existing financial  or  other
covenants  in  certain of its credit agreements; the availability
and  terms  of  future financing; the ability of the  Company  to
reach  acceptable  agreements with third parties;  and  increased
insurance  costs and potential reductions of available  insurance
coverage.   Additional  information concerning  these  and  other
factors  is  contained in the Company's Securities  and  Exchange
Commission  filings, including but not limited to  the  Company's
Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2004.

This Eagle Eye provides updated guidance for the second quarter
and the full year 2005.

Performance Update

Costs:  For the second quarter, AA Mainline unit costs are
expected to average 10.05 cents and consolidated AMR unit costs
are forecast to be 10.53 cents, with a fuel price of $1.65 per

Revenue:  Second quarter mainline unit revenue is expected to
increase between 6.2% and 7.2% year over year.  Consolidated
second quarter unit revenue is expected to increase between 5.3%
and 6.3% year over year.

Liquidity:  We expect to end the second quarter with a  cash  and
short-term  investment balance well over $3.5 billion,  including
approximately  $500  million in restricted  cash  and  short-term
investments.  This balance includes the effect of a  $75  million
dollar pension payment, made during June.

                                      Kathy Bonanno
                                      Director Investor Relations

AMR EAGLE EYE                                                    
Fuel Forecast                                                    
Fuel Hedge Position:                                             
       2Q05:  Hedged on 1.8% of consumption at approximately $26/bbl WTI Crude
AMR Fuel Price (Including Hedges and Taxes) and Consumption
                                        Actual                 Forecast
                                       Apr    May         Jun     2Q05     2005
       Fuel Price (dollars/gal) 1/     1.65    1.62       1.68    1.65     1.64
       Fuel Consumption (MM gals)     267.0   274.5      277.2   818.7  3,237.8
Unit Cost Forecast (cents)
AMR Consolidated Cost per ASM                                    
                                        Actual                 Forecast
                                       Apr    May         Jun     2Q05     2005
       AMR Cost per ASM 1/            10.62   10.42      10.56   10.53    10.55
       AMR Cost per ASM (ex-fuel) 2/   7.80    7.68       7.72    7.73     7.77
American Mainline Operations Cost per ASM                        
                                        Actual                 Forecast
                                       Apr    May         Jun     2Q05     2005
       AA Cost per ASM 1/             10.09    9.96      10.09   10.05    10.07
       AA Cost per ASM (ex-fuel) 2/    7.35    7.29       7.32    7.32     7.35
Capacity and Traffic Forecast (millions)
AA Mainline Operations                                           
                                        Actual                 Forecast
                                       Apr    May         Jun     2Q05     2005
       ASMs                          14,609  15,113     15,246  44,968  178,296
         Domestic                     9,558   9,855      9,957  29,370  116,708
         International                5,051   5,258      5,289  15,598   61,588
       Traffic                       11,313  11,813     12,582  35,708  138,634
Regional Affiliate Operations                                    
                                        Actual                 Forecast
                                       Apr    May         Jun     2Q05     2005
       ASMs                           1,032   1,095      1,097   3,224   12,930
       Traffic                          720     779        828   2,328    8,955

AMR EAGLE EYE                                                    
Below the Line Income/Expenses 
       Total Other Income/(Expense) is estimated at ($175) million
       in the first quarter of 2005

Share Count (millions)  3/                                         
Basic Shares                  163       
Potentially Dilutive Shares
     Stock Options             21       
     Convertible Debt          32       
1/ 2005 data is as reported and includes a $55 million special
   fuel tax credit received in 1Q05.
2/ The company believes that unit costs excluding fuel is a
   useful measure to investors in monitoring the performance of
   the company's costs excluding the volatility of fuel.
   Reconciliation to GAAP follows:

                                      Actual               Forecast
                                    Apr    May        Jun    2Q05   2005
AMR CASM (cents)                   10.62  10.42      10.56   10.53  10.55
Less Fuel CASM (cents)              2.82   2.74       2.84    2.80   2.78
AMR CASM Excluding Fuel (cents)     7.80   7.68       7.72    7.73   7.77
                                      Actual               Forecast
                                    Apr    May        Jun    2Q05   2005
AMR CASM Exluding                                                
Regional Affiliates                10.09    9.96      10.09  10.05   10.07
Less Fuel CASM                                                    
(cents)                             2.74    2.67       2.77   2.73    2.71
AMR CASM Excluding Regional 
Affiliates and Fuel (cents)         7.35    7.29       7.32   7.32    7.36

3/  Stock options are calculated using an assumed average 2Q05 share price of
    $11.61.  The actual stock may vary from this amount depending on the actual
    average share price during 2Q05.