Pilots at Delta Connection carrier Comair agreed to a pay freeze that the airline said is needed in order to increase its fleet and attract new business. Comair, which has among the highest labor costs in the Regional airline industry, plans to add 35 more jets to the fleet of 164, said spokesperson Nick Miller. The agreement will freeze pilot salaries as of June 22, eliminate a 4.5% pay increase due at that time and extend the current contract into early 2007. Comair pilots are represented ...

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