ABX Air parent Air Transport Services Group yesterday outlined its plan to survive beyond next year's expected termination of its operation as a DHL subservice airline, saying it will become a smaller, diversified company that will wet- and dry-lease aircraft and provide expanded MRO services to third parties at its Wilmington, Ohio, base. President and CEO Joe Hete said the "much different" company will be 25%-30% of its current size and will seek to negotiate lower-cost labor contracts ...

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