Northwest Airlines, which last week cut its domestic capacity forecast from an increase of 2%-3% to flat year-over-year owing to high fuel prices, overcapacity and fare restructuring by other carriers (ATWOnline, March 15), said it plans to remove 30 aircraft from its fleet and cut up to 930 jobs this year. According to the Air Line Pilots Assn., NWA will remove 24 DC-9s from service in addition to the six DC-9s it previously said it would park. "The first reduction will take place in June ...

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