Northwest’s Bankruptcy Case Taking Flight

Law360, New York (June 13, 2006, 12:00 AM EDT) -- In the ongoing saga of Northwest Airlines Corp.’s bankruptcy, a court overseeing the case has granted the company permission to pay its legal bills for current and former executives.

The company also announced on Monday a truce with its 8,700 active flight attendants that will put off a strike until June 30. Northwest and the Professional Flight Attendants Association will resume talks on Wednesday.

Both are just two more additions to Northwest’s ongoing Chapter 11 proceedings. The judge in the case had held off on awarding...
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