Comair pilots represented by the Air Line Pilots Assn. reached a tentative agreement shortly after a Feb. 12 midnight deadline that has been accepted by the company. The four-year deal was not what the pilots had hoped for but they felt they had little choice as the carrier's deadline to impose terms had arrived (ATWOnline, Feb. 13), according to one Comair pilot. "We didn't have the leverage we needed to secure the deal we really aspired to," Paul Denke told ATWOnline. He did not disclose ...

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