Without naming the parties, AMR told managers Friday that it has non-disclosure agreements in place with parties other than US Airways.

“As part of the process, other parties have also signed confidentiality agreements, which permit for the confidential exchange of information and discussion between American and those parties,” it said in the internal message.

The announcement from US Airways and AMR said the two have agreed not to discuss their potential merger with any other parties. But it didn’t say AMR wouldn’t keep talking to other parties about other deals.

Why the prohibition on US Airways or American Airlines talking to other parties about a US-AA merger? One supposes it’s to keep either US or AA from making an end run in the middle of the process by bringing in new backers for a deal to that side’s advantage.

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