Northwest Airlines said it reached agreement with its pilots and flight attendants on voluntary pay and benefit reductions that will save it $332 million on an annual basis, but failed to reach a similar deal with workers represented by the International Assn. of Machinists (ATWOnline, Nov. 7). As a result, it filed a Section 1113 (e) motion with the bankruptcy court to impose $114 million in "temporary wage and benefit reductions" on IAM members. NWA previously offered to defer until ...

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