The regional airline plans to save $7 million a year with the layoffs, which would trim nonunion management and support staff by about 10 percent, including about 15 percent of executive officers.
Daniel Garton, Eagle’s president and CEO, told employees of the cuts in an internal memo dated Friday.
A spokesman said Tuesday that the 10 percent equaled about 100 jobs. The company announced in March that it planned to shed 500 to 600 union and nonunion jobs, some by attrition.
American/AMR filed for bankruptcy protection in November of last year.