Northwest Airlines and the unions representing its pilots and flight attendants were granted a second extension, this time through March 1, by a US Bankruptcy Court judge Friday afternoon. The parties originally had until Feb. 17 to reach an accord before the court ruled on Northwest's request to cancel its labor agreements but were given an extension through yesterday (ATWOnline, Feb. 17). Negotiations continued last week, prompting Judge Allan Gropper to give the parties still more ...

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