Northwest Airlines and its flight attendants, represented by the Professional Flight Attendants Assn., reached an eleventh-hour agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement yesterday that, if ratified by union members, will result in the carrier achieving the $195 million in labor savings it sought from cabin staff when it entered bankruptcy. The bankruptcy court judge had been scheduled to rule on a request by NWA to reject the existing contract with the attendants. PFAA members have ...

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