Delta Air Lines plans to eliminate 7,000-9,000 jobs by the end of 2007 and reduce pay for most of those employees who remain as it tries to restructure under bankruptcy protection, the carrier said yesterday. The cuts are in addition to 6,000-7,000 jobs targeted for elimination in last year's Transformation Plan, which aimed at achieving financial benefits totaling $5 billion through 2006. In yesterday's announcement, Delta put the size of its current workforce at 52,000, although in a ...

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