Only its pilots union has agreed to negotiate with the company.
Earlier this year, the pilots union said it would be willing to accept a deal worth $200 million.
Both American and the pilots union also declined to say what was in the proposal.
This has forced the pilot union to go on strike as of November 29, 2011.
In response, the pilots union said yesterday that it would not be pushed into making a quick deal.
Four other unions, including its pilots union, must approve the terms for the agreement to move forward.
The pilots union said the offer called for a $61 million package of concessions that would reduce pay by 20 percent.
The pilots union contends that the trip generally runs 5 to 15 minutes longer than eight hours.
Representatives of the pilots union did not return several calls seeking comment yesterday.
Wage cuts for the pilots union will take effect once the recovery program begins.