Comair Pilots Yield To Tentative Concessions Deal

Law360, New York (March 2, 2007, 12:00 AM EST) -- Comair Inc. pilots have given in to pay cuts and other concessions in a deal with the Delta Air Lines Inc. unit as the struggling airline attempts to exit from Chapter 11.

Friday’s tentative agreement put Comair on track to slash costs by $40 million within the next four years, and the airline expects to emerge from bankruptcy protection along with Delta in late April or May.

The Air Line Pilots Association said 770 members, or 69%, voted in favor of the deal, while 350 members,...
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