Cabin staff at Comair, a Regional partner of Delta Air Lines, will be in bankruptcy court this week attempting to stop a proposed $8.9 million in pay cuts the company has said it needs to survive. The flight attendants, represented by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, balked at the pay cuts and voted Friday by a 93% margin to authorize a strike. After declaring bankruptcy in September, Comair announced it would target $70 million in savings, spokesperson Nick Miller told ATWOnline. ...

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