Delta Air Lines' pilots union chairman was harshly critical of US Airways' proposed $8 billion takeover, saying in a letter to the carrier's 6,000 pilots that "on the surface, [the offer] appears to lack any substantial benefit for Delta, its employees, our communities, or our customers." The rebuke from Air Line Pilots Assn. Delta MEC Chairman Lee Moak came this week amid dueling public relations campaigns by the two carriers. US management distributed a newsletter claiming its offer is ...

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